Feb 04, · Since everybody has given a great answer here, I’m going to be the brash and opinionated one. I recommend the following progression (with associated justifications) Note — I am focusing on “main sequence” games only (in other words, no sequels) an. Mar 23, · Hi everybody, I'm wondering which order to play the Final Fantasy games in, after I recently got a PSP off eBay to run a bunch of RPGs, mostly FF stuff. I've already beaten XIII and XIII-2 (I'm scared to play LR because of the changed battle system) and . May 26, · Most Final Fantasy games are not connected in any way! They are apart of the same franchise and have similar things in them (summons, magic, fighting, monsters) but you generally wouldn't need to play one cause it would have nothing to do with scottdwebgraphics.com: Open. Apr 04, · FINAL FANTASY XIV Online. Assuming you play slow and aren't done leveling before the expansion, consider grabbing it when you're level 59, that way as you do story quests you can net that sweet extra EXP. Well it is known from the long time that Stormblood includes Heavensward the point is in order to start SB content you need to finish. Unless you happen to get trapped in a time warp and are sent in the mid 80s, I would not recommend it. For younger players especially, the early games can be quite a challenge. They are very slow, rather grindy and harder than contemporary titles. Despite their numbered iterations, most of the Final Fantasy games are in no way related to each other. There's no overarching plot between the various entries, no shared setting, nothing that implies any particular order that they should be played in, plot-wise. A few exceptions do exist, however. FFIV: The After Years - Sequel to FFIV. Ok, so I have never played a Final Fantasy game (don't be mad), and having seen this on PSN for £8 I'm tempted into buying it. Given also the large apparent love for this game, is it a worthy game for me to play even a decade after it came out? Btw, do I need to learn the backstory to make the story make sense, or will it be good on its own. Feb 04, · For Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII on the PlayStation 3, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "Do I have to play FF 13 and to understand this game?".Operating System: PS3, PC, X
This game is probably most people's first experience with Final Fantasy, so I say go for it! Comment and Save Until you earn points all your submissions need to be vetted by other Giant Bomb users. Hrm, nope, I was wrong. So how in the bloody heck are you supposed to play SB if they don't need you owning HW? More topics from this board
Topic Archived. Answers Relevance. The Final Fantasy games pretty much no correlation to each other;each one has its own unique storyline and characters. If it was The Spirits Within then no on got what that movie was about. I've never played the FF games and there are SO many games I didn't know if it was like a story line.
Ignore anything higher than X2 edgewalker16 Why don't you ignore X-2 as well. You should not play it. If you're just looking for another grand JRPG with a production value on the scale of the initial XIII, then the sequels will most likely disappoint you. This topic is locked from further discussion. Who else think the cast of witcher series does not look like the character in the game? Last edited by Blanc ; 27 Dec, pm. User Info: jelash.