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They could've promoted one of the organized community events like the Podcast or the gaming sessions, but nope, they opt to select something that puts a game not even released yet into a bad perspective.

The author just lists everything that is popular to hate about Final Fantasy XIII (Hope being whiny, the plot not making sense, the characters being one-dimensional (does that include Sazh?), the music of XIII-2 being bad) BUT doesn't list a single personal opinion about it, not even a positive one.
You have to cater to both sides, for fairness sake. This ain't Aliens: Colonial Marines after all, there's got to be some value somewhere. Ignoring this possible value makes this a one-sided and biased opinion piece.

What's more, he makes the typical "I can fight through the game by just pressing X" comment, implying that Final Fantasy XIII was just a simple buttonmasher and that XV will be exactly the same.
Just to be clear: I actually played and finished the game (even got all the trophies in it) and I can confirm that the game can get very, VERY demanding in combat as the game presses on. The author can't possibly have played the game for a long time, otherwise he would've realized that the combat is not shallow at all.

Bottom line, the Final Fantasy XV article is something I wouldn't exactly recommend, because even a layman can see that it's highly unprofessional and just biased. Oh, and did I mention that it's based off some video trailers?