He doesn’t resemble Rob Zombie quite as much as he did in the old version.
In what is a bit of a bummer, I’m not a high enough level to use Brynhildr.
Originally, the final battle was a lot like most of the big FFT battles, one super-powerful enemy that gets overwhelmed by the numbers of your group. …not anymore. You have to fight not just him, but perfect clones of your entire group. There’s no way to grind past this one, you just have to have more intelligence than the enemy AI (…plus one).
He’s a pretty tough unit.
It really is Dorgalua, completely corrupted.
Come on now, perfectly symmetrical violence never solved anything.
I like the concept of the fight so much that I don’t even go for the rushdown kill, I fight off the entire army of clones. It was one hell of a fight to say the least, but now it’s over.
…or not. I have to admit this is really cool. You don’t get a heal in-between fights either. Still, now it’s twelve on one.
Even as a god he can’t beat the numbers game.
Warren shows up to save us from the possible fate of the FFT heroes, but he himself is left behind.
Here’s the ending. One of the better endings as things end on a mostly positive note.
With such a large cast you can only see so many of their endings based on a number of factors.
Ravness was an excellent addition to the game.
The Xenobians head back home, with Denim soon to follow.
Yes, this is definitely one of the better endings. Denim can be killed in a bad ending.
These people are all very awesome.
In my opinion this is one of the best games ever, and the remake solidifies that claim.