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#1 Profexxion

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Posted 28 August 2012 - 07:14 PM

Just read this old article and felt I'd post some thoughts here as opposed to commenting there (plus it won't allow me to log in :/) http://www.1up.com/p...?pager.offset=0

This is the comment I'd typed up:

Its tough to believe a game in such high demand will not be remade. Look at Zone of the Enders. It didn't sell amazing numbers, but a third game is in development now after so many people petitioned for it. Granted, I understand the money side, but there are other ways to get that taken care of. Kickstarter for example. Others have gotten millions of IDEAS. Imagine what a proven company can earn.

I'd like to hear peoples thoughts on this.

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Posted 28 August 2012 - 07:52 PM

I know this contradicts almost everything true gamers stand for, but Final Fantasy is one series that I have actually never played. Not one single one. So no opinion!
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Posted 30 August 2012 - 05:24 AM

I haven't played any Final Fantasy games, ever. I do plan on playing one of 'em sometime in the near future and see what all the commotion is all about. Please don't grab me and Greg and burn us at the stake for saying we haven't played those games. :blink:

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Posted 30 August 2012 - 04:09 PM

I've learned not to jump on people for not playing Final Fantasy lol. I haven't enjoyed any Zelda games (outside of parts of Ocarina of Time), no Castlevania (though the stories seem intriguing), and have never touched Half Life.

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Posted 30 August 2012 - 04:11 PM

If you guys plan to try the games out, I suggest jumping on the FFX Remaster thats coming out. X is an unsung hero of the entire series, very underrated in my opinion. FF VI or VII (mine) are generally the favorites, but I make arguments for X because of the great gameplay and brilliant characters.

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Posted 28 September 2012 - 04:02 AM

You could always download a GBA or SNES emulator and get a ROM for FF III or IV, which are the two best in the series in my opinion. I love FF X too, don't get me wrong. I have a 200+ and 100+ hour files on it. I actually liked FF X-2 as well. All you have to do is mute it during the cutscenes and the game becomes ten times more enjoyable!
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Posted 23 January 2013 - 04:52 PM

I tend not to replay final fantasy games. Usually one play through is enough for me. My favorites include FF 7, 8, and 9.

 

I guess I would play FF 7 again, but only if they added more to the story, new minigames, and allowed us to deviate from the original story at least slightly. Like maybe saving Aeris. =p.

 

Other than that I wouldn't be interested.

 

 

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The annual value has quadrupled since 2006, when the Conservative government first came to power.

The value hit a peak of $135,000 in 2011, the year the Conservative government began cutting staff and programs to wipe out the federal deficit by 2015.

Treasury Board President Tony Clement has recently criticized the benefits available to public servants, and publicly vowed to trim them, putting him at odds with unions.

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The cheapest employee rewards have been $10 gift cards for coffee shops or for a bowling alley. One worker was handed a French grammar book worth $14.65, which to some may sound more like a punishment than a reward.

At the high end, many employees were given $500 gift cards for use at Best Buy, for example, or at the downtown Rideau Centre mall for merchandise in most of the shops.

One worker in the “expenditure management sector” got a $50 gift card for use at any Liquor Control Board of Ontario retail outlet.

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The internal documents, obtained by The Canadian Press under the Access to Information Act, list the names of the workers but do not spell out the reasons for the hundreds of awards.

Such awards are considered taxable benefits under Canada Revenue Agency rules, and are often listed under both their “gross” value, reported to the taxman, and the “net” value in the hands of the worker.

A $10 gift certificate to Second Cup, for example, is listed as worth $14.29 gross, as reported to CRA. The difference is the tax the employee is expected to pay on the benefit, tax that is paid out by the department.

Awards programs have a cap of $500 net for each item or cash card.

Controversy over employee awards arose a year ago, when a New Democrat MP asked several departments whether they had purchased tickets for sporting events.

Clement’s response was that Treasury Board had bought four employees $1,109 worth of NHL tickets to Senators’ games between 2009 and 2011.

The minister banned purchases of sporting-event tickets soon after the NDP made the information public.

The Foreign Affairs Department also banned such purchases when it was revealed officials had spent $69,498 on hockey and baseball tickets at U.S. missions between 2006 and 2012, largely to promote Canadian exports.

Federal policy encourages rewards for employees’ good work, but notes that “recognition often has no cost involved.”

“Informal and no-cost recognition – it takes a minute,” says a human-resources document on the Treasury Board website.

“Write a Bravo card – leaving a card on the employee’s desk just to say ‘Bravo, job well done’. … Stick a post-it-note saying ‘Thanks’ on the employee’s workspace.”

Most departments and agencies have employee recognition programs, many with an “Instant Awards” element, a management tool authorized across government in 1990.

One internal survey showed managers prefer “Instant Awards” programs because they’re easy to administer and less expensive than more formal awards.

The Treasury Board, which is responsible for government-wide policies on access to information, delivered the “Instant Awards” documents more than two months after expiry of the statutory deadline set by the Access to Information Act.

A department spokeswoman did not respond to a request last week for comment and information.

Total value of “Instant Awards” given to workers at the Treasury Board Secretariat, by calendar year:

2006: $24,515.42 2007: $34,625.70 2008: $68,548.24 2009: $90,646.60 2010: $112,176.90 2011: $134,822.01 2012: $110,293.84

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