quote HillandderI agree with this but I have to disagree that they are both on equal standing. Like a contest or a match in tennis or pool there needs to be a #1. My vote goes for FF7 as having a better overall game-play. while FFT would have be 2nd best compared to FF7. FFT story would have to take the win because i felt more captivated by it. However FF7's interactivity wins better game award imo.compare the history of FFT with FF7 is like compare Mozart with Bethoven, is two masterpiece.
quote DewdActually, Black or White Materias have nothing to do with Jenova. Black Materia is a powerful spell which cast Meteor. In FF4 for example, the characters will inform ya that Meteo was so powerful, the Planet itself had sealed it away.you guys dunno me.. but i think ff7 kicks ass story-wise. the black and white materia can only be used in the lifestream, one being the black materia which casts a meteor with jenova in it and the white materia does the complete opposite of that you can choose the future by destroying it with the black materia or save it by using the white materia thasskewl.
quote Snowfox DreamerFFVII has a interesting because it three disk long and the story is long and interesting. FFT is not interesting because it battle suck and it has a little history and past.§ · Did you catch the part of the thread title that said "story-wise"? If you happened to miss it, I'd like to kindly point it out. Now you said FFVII had an interesting story... why? What made it interesting? What made FFT's past 'not interesting'?
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