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  2. Andriux

    What's Your Favorite Keyblade?

    Oathkeeper’s simplicity has always appealed to me. So I’d have to pick that one. Kingdom Key D is awesome too, but if I had to pick it would definitely be Oathkeeper.
  3. Andriux

    Final Fantasy XV News: Crossover and DLC's

    That’d too bad I was looking forward to them giving this one a proper ending sheesh. I can’t handle all these cancellations lol!
  4. GRAV

    Last Person to Post Here Wins

    *Wild Charlie Sheen appears!* WINNING!!
  5. Dragoon McKnight

    Where would you like to live on Final Fantasy?

    While a lot of these places sound awesome, I'd rather have my own bitchin airship like Setzer from FF6 to fly around on.
  6. Dragoon McKnight

    Favorite Final Fantasy Soundtrack?

    Dissidia music was good stuff. And yeah, I'd say the Black Mages definitely count.
  7. The Welsh Paddy

    How do you react to proud people?

    I think there's a difference between people who are proud and people who are just big headed. I actually think pride is quite an admirable trait in someone who is otherwise quite humble and genuinely a nice person. It's not a case of bragging about one's own accomplishments, but more feeling pleased at that sense of achievement, which I think everyone deserves to feel no matter what they've managed to accomplish. As an example, I felt proud about waking up at 9am this morning despite it being a Saturday and only having about four hours sleep. But, I don't go to my mates being all "Aww, I'm such a LEGEND for waking up early this morning!" It's more of a personal satisfaction and gave me the sense of achievement in having got to do all my errands for the day much earlier, allowing me to enjoy the rest of the day doing whatever the hell I please.
  8. The Welsh Paddy

    Favorite Mobile Game

    8 Ball Pool Multiplayer. I will smash you all at it.
  9. The Welsh Paddy

    Your thoughts about Final Fantasy: Spirits Within

    I actually really enjoyed it. To be fair, I wasn't really expecting much out of it when I saw it in the cinema, so I kinda had a bit more of an objective view to it. It certainly was no Final Fantasy, but I was actually blown away by the cgi. As a generic sci-fi romp, it was pretty solid. I thought the phantoms were pretty wicked. In fact, I actually found them quite terrifying. The idea that something could literally snatch the life out of you with a mere touch sent shivers down my spine. Personally, I think this film would have been much better received if it didn't have Final Fantasy in its title. It was a good film on its own merits, but because it was "Final Fantasy", naturally people are going to draw comparisons and have entirely different expectations to what was put out.
  10. The Welsh Paddy

    Budgeting problems that you experience while gaming

    I usually have more of a problem with making time to play games lately. I mean sure, I can't exactly afford splurging on all the newest releases and stuff. Last game I actually purchased on release day was Breath of the Wild (totally worth it) and then before that, I pre-ordered Arkham City on X-box 360. Considering how quick the prices on games goes down though, I think £50 is pretty steep. I could probably justify it if I knew I was gonna play it immediately and I was super excited for it, but nowadays I'd rather just wait a couple of months until it's cheaper. I mean, it's only recently I've been playing Alien Isolation and Horizon Zero Dawn (got the complete editions for both those games for only £10 and £20 respectively, which is a fucking bargain!) on PS4 and I can happily hold off buying any new games until I've beaten them. I've also got a big list of games that have also been out for some time now that I want to play as well, so again that's gonna keep me going for a good while.
  11. The Welsh Paddy

    Your most used apps

    I use quite a few. Mobile apps have come in especially handy for tickets as well, which has saved me having to stuff my wallet full of paper tickets that usually end up getting forgotten about and mixed up with more recent tickets and all that. I'd say my most used apps are: Soundcloud, WhatsApp, Messenger, G-Mail, YouTube, PlayMusic, Trainline, CardiffBus, Fatsoma and online banking. Favourite apps are: Soundcloud, YouTube and The Big Lez Soundboard for shits and giggles.
  12. The Welsh Paddy

    Introvert or extrovert?

    Umm, I'd say I'm an extroverted introvert. I enjoy company. I'm usually at my happiest when I'm with my small circle of friends, but at the same time I enjoy just doing my own thing on my own as well. Totally relate to needing some quiet time to recharge after being around people for too long. Especially with crowds of people, it can be so mentally exhausting even if you're not actively taking part in conversations. So, yeah, I'd say I'm a bit of both.
  13. The Welsh Paddy

    Are the Age and Content Ratings for Video Games Really Helpful?

    I guess they're a pretty good standard to go with if you've never really played video games much yourself. However, as someone who's been gaming since the age of 5, it would be a case-by-case deal with me. With my 8 year old, I wouldn't stop him playing a game that's got a bit of gore or violence in it. I'd steer him away from the really gruesome horror games, or hyper-violent games like Mortal Kombat, GTA, etc. It's a bit of a funny one because I remember playing Mortal Kombat on the SNES and Mega Drive back in the day and found it especially thrilling that the Mega Drive version had all the gore in it. But, compare that to MK X and the realism of the graphics now compared to back then, I don't see myself as being a hypocrite. If my little one did want to play the first trilogy, that'd be fine with me though and I'd probably be more than happy to whoop him on 2 player. It's mostly just about common sense. Research whatever you're buying your child, letting them watch, etc. You should know your own child better than anyone so at the end of the day what you feel your child is allowed to play is entirely up to you and your child. If you both feel comfortable with it then go for it.
  14. The Welsh Paddy

    Iawn bois! x

    Mad signing up to this place again. Would be cool to reconnect with the old forum people, but meeting new people is cool as well. Loving the new layout by the way, it looks awesome! P.S: This guy needs to be reinstated as a smiley.
  15. GRAV

    Longest time that you've played a game?

    This was years ago now=/ I have only just got back my 24-32hour waking powahs!XD Being old sucksV.V This seems like it were meant ofr a different thread.
  16. Dragoon McKnight

    Deus Ex

    There are four games in the Deus Ex main series. Human Revolution is the third, and it acts as a prequel to the story in the first two which came out some 16-18 years ago. Mankind Divided is the direct sequel to Human Revolution, same hero and everything. I plan on picking it up. I'm sure it isn't a bad game, but there was some controversy over their pre-order system for Mankind Divided, but I can't remember exactly. So it already had some stink going against it on release, along with other issues.
  17. Steve5

    Your favorite season?

    The problem is that not everyone has air conditioning. And even those who do have AC units, they don't usually use it until forced to do so. The electricity bill is very high during Summer time. That's why people usually go to the mall. Free air conditioning!
  18. Steve5

    How much sleep do you get every day?

    Yes, it's difficult when that happens. I've had a few nights where I barely got any sleep. It was very uncomfortable. Also, I've never used sleeping pills. It might not go well for people who have severe cases of insomnia. Mine was more like a sense of tiredness. Definitely far from crippling.
  19. Steve5

    What is your favorite social media sites?

    That's okay. You were by no means condescending. I feel like things such as this have a textured quality to them. It's very hard to decide how things truly are. Only the people who do those things can actually decide what to do next. As much as we want to help, we can only do so much. The realization must come from them.
  20. Steve5


    Sometimes we're awed by the simple beauty of nature. We find that such peaceful surroundings brings us joy. Maybe we can take pictures of our own some time in the future. It would make us very happy.
  21. nrnlss

    Favorite Final Fantasy Cosplay

    this girl is really beautiful, what is her name?
  22. cmoneyspinner

    Final Fantasy VII to be on Playstation "Classic" Console

    The list is out! Sony confirms full list of games coming with PlayStation Classic (List dated October 31, 2018)
  23. cmoneyspinner

    Are there any games similar to Chrono Cross?

    My kids have a PS4 and they like the Chrono Cross video game. Check out this link: 38 Games Like Chrono Cross for PlayStation 4 | Game Cupid
  24. Martinsx

    Do you take a break from your online sites?

    As much as working and making money online is very important, one's family is considered to be of more importance as well because any money which you make is meant to be used for the well being and upkeep of your family. When your family is torn apart all because of your too much devotion to working always, the money made will taste or feel bitter.
  25. Yes exactly, it's how I have seen those who makes use of it in movies - especially American movies. Some people are actually well talented in inventing some odd tools that are very important in helping us manage our mood.
  26. taguropart3

    Favorite Final Fantasy Game [and runner ups]

    I have enjoyed playing Final Fantasy VII, IV, and VI, in rank respectively. FFVII has the best gameplay overall and I enjoyed it pretty much. In terms of story I can't really decide which one was the greatest because all of them had great stories. Maybe it would be VII first, IV being the second, and VI again beimg the last. In setting, it is hard to choose because it would be unfair since FF VII had a greater map. I guess FF VII would go first again, now FF VI being the second, and FF IV being the last. I enjoyed that there are more things you can do in FF VII that's why I ranked it first. Second is FF VI because I enjoyed the time where everything looks distorted and damaged. Finally, FF IV because I enjoyed that magic is natural in that era and there are a lot of things that magic can do in that time.
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