Exactly what is says on the tin.
Bravely Default comes out December 6th in Europe, one day after its release in Japan.
It comes out next year in February here in America.
What the hell, whoever the hell decided this?
Of course, the Final Fantasy Wiki could be wrong - and I HOPE they're wrong - but still!
Garuda has managed to match the annoyingness of the fight with her (him? herm?) in Final Fantasy III.
Or I just suck at tanking effectively, but I like to think it's the first.
The main problem, I think, is that in order to prevent an instant kill, rather then killing something in time (Ifrit's nail and Titan's heart*), you need to protect something from being killed - namely, pillars in Garuda's arena. Her attacks are all AoE (or at least her most basic one is...I
No, really. What the hell, Microsoft? What the actual hell? I don't even think Satan would be pleased with this.
For those too lazy, Microsoft basically planned (this article is slightly less then a year old) to require viewing licenses to watch movies. For each person. Sort of like going to the movies, but without the overpriced snacks and the big screen, which is why you'd go to the movies rather then wait for it to come out on DVD.
This was, of course, a grab to
That said, I still don't see a on button. Microsoft!
My disinterest in the Xbox One is still high because I haven't heard of any RPG titles for it. This doesn't include any titles made by companies connected to EA (this includes, but is not limited to, EA and I think Bioware) because of what they did to Ultima.
I shit you not, it's true. It got five star ratings from things that aren't adbots! (reviews are from gog.com) I don't know what to believe any more.
If you don't know what Ultima IX is, it's the last of the Ultima series of roleplaying games (not including Lord of Ultima, which might not even count, or any updates to Ultima Online) for a good reason: it is a steaming pile of shit. As it, it was shipped incomplete. This happened largely due to mismanagement by EA, who recently-ish