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I wasn't a fan of Final Fantasy XIII. At all. I'm hearing, though, that tomorrow's release of Final Fantasy XIII-2 fixes a whole host of issues that the first game had, and that gave me an idea for this week's topic.
I want you to pick a game and identify its problems. Then, explain to us how you would design a theoretical sequel to that game, fixing all of the problems you noted earlier. (It's fine if the game you pick is already a sequel itself -- if you want to write about Grand Theft Auto IV - 2, that's cool.) It's a pretty simple topic, but I suspect we'll get a lot of great responses.
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