Yeah I get what you mean there. Whenever I have a bunch of team options, I like to give them all a try at least once (same with Pokemon as well). Even if that means restarting the game/doing another playthrough with characters/classes I've never used before. It adds to the fun of the RPG for me.
Ah well. To each their own; everyone should respect each other's opinions, whether it comes to games or anything. At least you still love the Final Fantasy series overall, and that makes you a cool guy in my book
Haha believe me, that's what I thought at first as well, when I heard about the concept. But I decided to give it a shot anyway, and I love the unique take it has on the FF-RPG style, while adding a new element of magic to it. The plot is getting pretty complicated I agree, but to be honest I've seen worse. There's tons of videos that can help you piece together and/or get caught up with the whole story if anyone needs it. Or you can just settle for the long and more fun way of fully immersing yourself in the world of Kingdom Hearts. If you ever get the chance, at least think about giving it a shot. Of course, if you don't want to, that's perfectly okay too.
I always thought 3 was enough. You don't really need many more team slots anyway, but I guess if someone prefers having a lot of options it would be a bit disappointing for them (in comparison to the other games anyway).
I know, I've already seen it. That's why I mentioned it. Thing is, from what I can tell, you haven't even given KH a try yet. A lot of the things you love about FF are also in the KH games; the music, art style, combat mechanics, compelling story, etc. I think you should at least give it a chance before you dismiss the game. You might end up enjoying it more than you think once you actually start playing it.
We'll just have to wait for more info about the game to be confirmed. I would say keep an open mind and give it a chance. Games that you think you might not be interested in at all can end up being some of the most memorable and enjoyable once you actually give them a shot. I am sure you can relate to that; you have some great tastes in games! Now you just need to try Kingdom Hearts
Ah I can understand that. I went through that phase a few months ago as well. It got so bad I almost considered quitting. But after playing other games for a while and thinking things over (and through a few OSTs), I eventually found myself immersed back into the Pokemon world. Honestly it happens to most, if not all, Pokemon fans at some point. Perhaps you'll feel like playing again once a new game/generation is announced.