He's sort of right... but dispite that I still liked the game =/. However, its still to date the only FF game that has included a "black man", if you don't cound Waka whos sort of a tanned island person, and I think its a bit weak of him to call them racist for that.The characters are what makes this game one of the least entertaining Final Fantasy games. Cloud acts like a spoiled child, Aeris is simply useless, Cait Sith is a joke and Barret is the stereotypical angry black man, which can make Square seem almost racist. Even some of the Shinra enemies also took away from the enjoyment of the game.
I have no idea what that means.Vanit said:And I know this is glancing off topic, but I think anyone who defends themselves by calling other people racist are selfish moochers who have no leverage to their abilities but the colour of their skin.
Onion Knights being the best male character? oOIt's just wrong that the only time gamers that are not from Japan have come across the Onion Knight are as a weapon in Final Fantasy X and as a random animated sprite during the title menu of the Final Fantasy VI PlayStation port. It's hard to explain why, but the Onion Knight rules.