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Discussion in 'General Final Fantasy Discussion' started by IceAndFire, Feb 23, 2018.
What was your first impression? Did you start playing it? Did you buy one or more of the games?
A friend of mine who was my classmate back in the secondary school days was the one who introduced me to playing Final Fantasy game. It was actually FF 8 that I played first at his place before I later went and got mine. I was absolutely impressed by the game on my first trail which was why I was pushed to go get mine.
I first saw the videos of gamers playing FF on youtube and then decided to get into it.
At first, I saw about Final Fantasy games on YouTube clip and reviews but I didn't take it seriously back then until I was given an opportunity to play it with one good friend of mine and from then I picked up huge interest in the game. Now I have from Final Fantasy 6 to Final Fantasy 13, I'm still hoping to get FF 14 sooner than later.
It was a few months after my good friend introduced the game to me that I took out time to check the game out on YouTube to look at people's reviews about the game and to my research, the game turned out to be a good one.
The is that most times, it's our closest friends that are likely to introduce new games to us just like we are introducing them to other games discovery of our own. It goes hand in hand and that's what makes friendship worthwhile.
Our immediate friends and family are the ones that are likely to introduce us to new games which we aren't aware of before existed. I have had some of my university classmates introduce some cool games to me and I did returned the favor by introducing a few of them to playing Final Fantasy game.
This exactly how it was with me in most of the games that I'm playing lately. They are all recommended to me by immediate close friends who are good gamers that hardly let any game slip them by without trying it out. Some can play games like their lives depends on it.
YouTube is normally where I go to look for reviews on games before going to buy such game. It wasn't through YouTube that I first saw Final Fantasy games but I made sure to look for people's reviews on it using YouTube before I purchased my first ever Final Fantasy game.
Whenever I hear of a new game the first place I go looking for reviews is youtube and to be honest that is the best place to look for almost the accurate review when you are looking to get into a new game.
Haha, there are plenty people out there who live for the game. Some actually makes a living off games, so they are always on the search for more new games that they can exploit and have a way to gaining from it.
I totally agree with you on this, YouTube gives you the best reviews on any game and other things whatsoever that came out new and have been tried out by the first few people. Once you take out a good time and go through lots of reviews on youtube, you would be convinced to go for or abandon the game in question.
I have never considered trying to look at the prospect of making money off playing games not to consider making a living off it. I don't see how possible it would be for me unless one opens up a game house or store, that would be the only way to make a reasonable amount of money off games in my opinion.
YouTube gives the best reviews one can ever hope for when it comes to finding out if any game is worth playing in the first place after it's release. If you just jump into the game without making any inquiries about it from reviews, there are chances of getting disappointed along the way.
Yes, opening a game store or a game house is one good way to make a good living off games because there is an increased participation of teenagers and some adults in gaming activities, so the game house or store owner is bound to make good money on daily basis.
Maybe if I happen to get older, I would check out the possibility of starting up a game store as a passive income investment and see how efficient it would be in putting extra money into my bank account or pocket. I doubt that there is anyone out there who would say no to making extra money off anything.
I actually think a game house would be a good idea to make some cash.
Good luck with your plans on possibly opening up a game house. The gaming experience gathered already would be an added advantage for you in running the game house. Just put up and fix up your plans well and you will definitely have your gaming house up and running.
Of course yes, I do believe and know so from my encounter with those who are already in the business of owning and running a game house or store. They practically feed and take care of their families using their proceeds from the game house. It's surly one good bus investment if you are up for its management.
Thanks mate for the good luck wishes, and if I'm ever successful with actually setting up the game store or house, I'm definitely going to hit you up with pictures of my set up and see what you have say about the looks and what possible ways I might need to upgrade.