A split Wisconsin Supreme Court on Thursday refused to hear President Donald Trump’s lawsuit attempting to overturn his loss to Democrat Joe Biden in the battleground state, sidestepping a decision on the merits of the claims and instead ruling that the case must first wind its way through lower courts.
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I remember reading about FF12 when it came out, and most reviews deeming it a worthy swan song for the franchise's last title on the PS2.
But while I think it was still a good (if not great) game - gorgeous, big world you could get lost in, was an absolute blast to play, had its share of great moments, etc., I just don't believe it's worthy of all the praise it got. I've summarized the 3 major reasons below, and then I'll go through in-depth on each; obviously, happy to hear anyone's thoughts on this
Why FFXII felt so lacking (short version):
1) Not rich enough emotionally; coupled with poor character growth, resulted in weak emotional payoffs (especially by the end)
2) While the world feels very lived in, it felt like the main cast didn't really live in it / were disconnected from it, and the dungeons were somewhat repetitive
3) The overarching story, and motivations surrounding it were not well explained and suffered from a clear lack of exposition
Why FFXII felt so lacking (long version):
1) Not rich enough emotionally; coupled with poor character growth, resulted in weak emotional payoffs (especially by the end) - Okay, so, some key points here:
A similar question was asked 2 years ago. A lot has happened in the past 2 years, and I'm curious to see if opinions have changed.