This might come down as a TLDR-post. But `ll go with it anyway. As a 30 year old gamer, I may say that I´ve seen some generations pass by. My first console was a NES, but it wasn´t until 1997 and the release of Final Fantasy 7 that I realized that videogames are not just simple videogames. It´s a companion, a hobby and culture in the magnitude of books or movies. But something happened along the way as I grew older. Final Fantasy 8 came out, and it wasn´t even interesting. I chose Alundra and the Resident Evil-series instead. But then Final Fantasy 9 was released. I played it for hundreds of hours, convinced that FF8 was just a temporary dip. Then...I bought a PS2 and Final Fantasy 10. I played for 2-3 hours until I realized that it had the same flaws as FF8. Then, Final Fantasy 11 came out, as some form of MMORG, unaccessible and weird. Someone tried to steer Final Fantasy 12 in the right direction, but well....we all know what happened in Final Fantasy 13. What I want to know is if Square-Enix even considers a reboot of the Final Fantasy-series to its roots. To back when fantasy mattered, freedom, roleplaying and the amazing stories. I don´t know if I just grew old along the way, or if the quality of the games truly did go down the drain? What are your take on the FF-series?