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@foxmulder: Wow... that's a lot more serious than I thought it was... That seems like more of an "I should call the police" instead of "I should make a rash decision on the internet" kind of situation... In fact, I think both Fish and Quinn should think about taking legal action in these cases.

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I'm... not entirely clear on what Patrick and Alex were referring to in their somber tone at the beginning of the podcast... I don't remember anything particularly vile happening on the internet this week and they dance around it so vaguely that it sounds like it could have been literally anything.

Someone mind bringing me up to speed?

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"They can afford to give her her own novel, but can't afford to animate her as a playable character?" is what I would be asking if I was in the habit of expressing obvious opinions...

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Since when do you guys cover imaginary video games?

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"DO THE FAAAACE! DO IT!"

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Your think has think.

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But... how much time does my time have exactly!? HOW MUCH TIME IS MY TIME!?

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Wait, so Suda 51 produced a game about a stylish assassin killing people with unorthodox weaponry?

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@aegon said:

That chocobo girl looks so miserable.

Well, wasn't her entire backstory in FFXIII-2 that she was a traveling merchant that was cursed to spend eternity dressed as a chocobo selling goods that would somehow preserve/alter the fate of the world due to the fact that she would eventually sell to potentially great heroes? She's basically stuck in a capitalist time-loop. She's pretty miserable when you talk to her too.

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Boy X-2 was really bad. Completely different tone then X and everyone acted completely different the they had in the first game. At least it had based Paine.

How does any of that make the game bad? The whole plot of the game was three characters forcing themselves to live a ridiculous camp-filled adventurer lifestyle to escape the crushing melodrama they endured a year prior. The point was that they couldn't stand being themselves anymore because it was suffocating them to the point that they couldn't function, so they created entirely new personalities.

They even illustrate that point in the combat system using the dress spheres... It's okay if you just don't like the game because you wanted more FFX, but Square-Enix set out to tell a specific story and that's exactly what they did. You don't like that story, fine. That doesn't make it a bad game.