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Wolf Kanno
03-15-2016, 08:56 PM
What's a plot twist in the series that you felt that had great potential but just fell flat in execution. You can list more if you want.

Laddy
03-15-2016, 11:23 PM
I always felt the whole Terra concept in FFIX was underutilized. You have another planet and culture and you opt to limit it to a handful of hours of gameplay? Lame. In a way Terra was conceptually and visually interesting that it kinda proved disappointing you spend so little of the game there.

Karifean
03-16-2016, 12:02 AM
The fact that you were constantly on the villain's railroad in FF XIII. Right down to the final cutscene no less. That could've gone into themes I'd eat up like crazy, but instead it was just kinda... there and circumvented by... nothing anyone could've seen coming.

Forsaken Lover
03-19-2016, 01:54 AM
ELLONE CAN SEND PEOPLE BACK IN TIME

AND ODINE MADE A MACHINE THAT CAN DO THE SAME.

AND IT'S BEING UTILIZED BY A VILLAIN FROM THE FUTURE.

All of these things are revealed and never questioned or really discussed. They're just accepted no questions asked.