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The highest RPG in the world on Baldurs Gate 3? (Picture: The Larian Studios)

One can compare Final Fantasy 16 to Baldurs Gate 3 and finds the game Square Enixs lacking, because it attempts to be more Western.

Even with the longest-distance effect of this event, Baldurs Gate 3 is not only the best game of all time, it’s also one of the best ever games of all time. Thanks, I know, but as you say, majority agree. Whether they’re able to get review copies out in time, Im sure the big sites would have already showered it with 10/10s GC has already hinted they’ll.

What’s interesting is that the game I played just before Final Fantasy was 16 and, well let’s say i did not see that much contrast. Final Fantasy 16 is a game that is so ashamed of its Japanese role-playing roots that its director tried to suggest that the term JRPG was actually an insult, but I still don’t know if he believes that or even if he doesn’t understand all the various different types of games in which it is playing.

Whatever the case, the game attempts to become more Western comes across as kind of sad, especially because it is trying to copy Game Of Thrones five years too late, and it appears to think that God Of War is a role-playing game. And that should resemble Western role-players as the game. Let me tell you it’s not.

At that time, I thought that Final Fantasy 16 was okay. The combat is pretty good, but eventually repetitive, the graphics are fine, and the story is so convoluted and overly serious, with no people likeable (no wonder, perhaps Cid). Seeing all that money was thrown at, it is eloquently desperate and desperately desperate. It wants to reach adulthood as a serious epic, yet still its enormous beasts and crystals are contained in it.

It is complicating for depth, so it becomes so much more difficult to keep up with what is happening, and who is doing what, that it can only be less manageable. I ended up abandoning my job as a result of the fact that I first learned about how linear the game is and how restrictive everything other than combat is, was it to the extent of control the game was willing to give you over everything?

Compare this to Baldurs Gate 3, where you can literally go anywhere for anything. I don’t mean it in a vague (that’s completely open-ended) way, but it’s just as possible as long as physics and Dragons have the laws of magic permit you to do it. From raising the dead to putting your enemies on fire, Baldurs Gate 3 is almost a simulation experience as well as an game playing it.

It is a very well-written story. Characters you like, with easily understandable motivations, and an overall plot that can be explained in a few sentences and that doesn’t involve crystals (like aliens invading). In such a fashion, a person is not good nor bad, but they act with real real effect, including in love. And while I haven’t seen a love scene yet, the fact that it has them and they are both risk and humorous makes them miles ahead of Final Fantasy 16.

What’s annoy me most about Final Fantasy 16 in particular is its simplicity, and so while in Baldurs Gate 3 you’re completely controlling, focusing on whatever aspect of the game your most interested in. Without a doubt, Final Fantasy 16 you’re just getting stuck in its nose, having to experience it as like the developer.

The game doesn’t go anywhere in Japan. Final Fantasy 16 has no decent side quests. I’ve enjoyed several games of a JRPG, particularly Persona, but as technology continues to advance, they seem to be stuck in the past, forcing you to experiment with them strictly linearly, just with little leverage around the edges.

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A JRPG is like a story telling to you, but while you go along, a wester role-player is you that make up the story. Thats really fine, but if JRPG are for the reason it’s their decision, I think it’ll become increasingly outdated in the future. And so was Final Fantasy 16. And that, if its not so active, its intent was to seem more Western and even to copy some surface traits, it all did.

Because the director does not seem to understand why people think JRPG is a really simple game, he couldn’t identify the elements of what would have been needed in order to make Final Fantasy 16 more Western. If you’re not a JRPG, then then I’ll lose this one. I wish that the Final Fantasy 16 would be the worst of both worlds.

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