I agree, I only really became an issue when a higher capacity media was available. You just have to look at the current gen for the same arguement (360 DVD vs PS3 Blu-ray).Freestyler wrote:Indeed, I'm sure I remember some monster nine-disc Amiga games back in the day.snowkatt wrote:i never really got the complaining about games coming on 2 discs this and last generation
its only a minor inconvinience and not exactlya deal breaker
hell during the ps 1 era games prided themselves on being multi disc to show off just how much content they had
ff 7 came on 3 discs
ff 8 and 9 on 4 discs
x files on 4 discs
riven on a massive 5 discs
and phantasmagoria on an unbelievble 7 discs ( pc and console version )
Disc swapping was just "the thing." It never really was an issue until you didn't have to do it because of the eventual popularity of HDD installs and CDs.
I don't know though, the end of a disc always gave me a sense of achievement, especially with games like FF7.