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Are you a different person cause of FF?

Oct 29, 2017
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The game seems to have a powerful effect on people. In other words, it's more than Pac-Man. Anyway, what kind of lessons have you learned? Do you see FF as being something substantially affects your life outside of gaming?
 
Oct 24, 2017
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I am not sure how the FF has lead to change in persona for me. I am still the same. I have not much impact on myself with the FF stories. I find them good and reasonable. Nothing too big impact for myself. It just makes things a bit different.
 
Mar 4, 2018
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Just like most of the games that I have played, the final fantasy has made a lot of impact in my life in the sense that I tried to mimic most of the characters that I've played on the game. I understand totally when some of us would say that he's told you that doesn't affect them in real life, but the passion I have for the game of final fantasy has really made a lot of impact in my life which I remain grateful to the developers of the game.
 
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I think playing Final Fantasy does offer a great imaginary world to escape into for awhile-and it's a ever changing game. The music and the imagery in these Final Fantasy games are very good for my anxiety I would say as well. So yeah, playing Final Fantasy is good for my health in some ways I would say -because it's a emotional escape from reality sometimes!
 
Oct 25, 2017
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The ability to eescape from danger, make decisions and solve problems in a game really assists to solve various life puzzles.
 
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I would say I have become a better person. Am not as stressed or as idle as I was. I play the game and it does relieve me off my bad moods and the storyline is awesome. Makes me believe in love.
This is also necessary to relieve work stress(for those who are employed)
 
Mar 19, 2018
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This is also necessary to relieve work stress(for those who are employed)
I beg to differ. Stress can affect anyone, you don't have to be employed, life has too many challenges and too many ups and downs. I am not employed but I still get stressed from time to time.
 
Oct 24, 2017
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I am not one to support the theory that games can transform people into better or worse versions of themselves. However, apart from Final Fantasy; Tekken and Mortal Kombat have influenced my persona. I am not really sure how, but I have a pretty good idea. What I do know is that Final Fantasy has made me more emotional and mushy, even got me believing in love.
 
Apr 10, 2018
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Both anime and Final Fantasy games affect me on the same level. They basically just taught me that good beats evil, almost all of the time. Perseverance to reach your goal is probably what all of these media formats taught me.

I kind of feel excited now when I get myself in a pinch because I remember those anime and video games that I played and how the main characters use everything in their arsenal to get out of sticky situations.

They taught me to do something each day to make me even a little bit better than yesterday's me.
 
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Games do not really affect my personality in any way, it's just a thing of fun to me, so it doesn't get past that for me. I would only say it makes me feel happy playing Final Fantasy games but it has nothing to do with my personality or attitude.
 

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The game seems to have a powerful effect on people. In other words, it's more than Pac-Man. Anyway, what kind of lessons have you learned? Do you see FF as being something substantially affects your life outside of gaming?
Not at all it hasn't changed me at all. You see, according to me fantasies remain fantasies and reality remains reality. I admit I do love the game and can't wait for the one being released in 2018, It cant change me at all.

You shouldn't change your personality just because you like a certain aspect of the game. Remember it remains to be just a game and we remain to be humans.
 
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There was a time when I was really addicted to playing Final Fantasy games and I would say it really affected me back then. I really wouldn't stop playing no matter how hard I tried, even when I was well aware playing was destroying something for me, I still couldn't stop. This was one of the greatest problems I had with playing FF games then.
 
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