Hello! Please add me as well :)
So many good points being made, I know it will be there when I'm ready but part of me is afraid I'll miss the hype of it all! and every time I see a cool clip it makes it hard to pass up on. Also I recently got a PS4 Pro so I'm excited to see how good it look on that first hand. But I'm sure i can avoid spoilers, I feel like the right thing to do is to just wait until I beat the game I currently have and am enjoying.
Hello Easy Allies community!
As we all know Final Fantasy XV comes out relatively soon here, November 29th to be exact in the US. While I have been looking forward to this game for years, watched the anime shorts and even purchased and watched Kingsglaive I am rather torn about getting FFXV on day one. I really do think the game looks promising but I am in the middle of a few games right now! I am currently playing Titanfall 2 and Dragon Quest Builders and will soon be getting Killing Floor 2 for PlayStation 4 and also Dragon Ball Fusions for 3DS. As you can see I am quite backed up here and I don't have a crazy amount of time to play games like I used too. Do you guys think I should try and get Final Fantasy XV on day one, give into my excitement or wait a couple months until I can clear my plate? Any advice and opinions is appreciated.
@Lotias Yea man, it's a solid game! I was even more surprised to see it ran in the Source engine, wow they must of modified the heck out of it haha. Definitely want to go back to the gauntlet and get top 3 and definitely want to play through the campaign on the hardest difficulty. Dipping my hand into multiplayer right now but I definitely am not great at it, hopefully in time I can get past that learning curve. Then again I really haven't played to many PvP based multiplayer shooters in the past...that's my excuse for sucking atm haha
Best comparison video I have seen yet! I own a PS4 Pro and 4K TV so it's pretty great to see that Square Enix will be supporting 4K on day one. I was a bit sketched out before because I knew Hajime Tabata originally wasn't to sure how well they would be able to take advantage of the Pro on day one due to the resources it would require but fill at ease after seeing it running at a solid 30 FPS.