Yeah. I played it back when it first came out. I never finished it. I tried playing from my old save in the emulator, but I didn't remember where I was at. I had the airship. So, I started over. I forgot allot.Oh nice, you've played FFIX before? The airship built by Cid, yeah it's acquired several hours into disc 3
I wonder what would have happened if I had played FFIX in elementary
This game is highly emotional. I was speaking with a NPC earlier today that really made me think, a couple of NPCs actually. The entirety of Alexandria during Disc 3 could be almost overwhelming to me at times. At the end of my playthrough, I’d like to spend time thinking about everything and sharing certain things in the game here ITT and through other ones because this game can throw so much at the player so rapidly. In an instant. Sometimes you will experience something so radical and calamitous that hits the people of Gaia, that you barely understand in that moment what was lost, but then the shock begins to fade, and then it becomes clear just what was lost....That happened to me. The philosophical narrative of the game, even at a young age, was understandable and it hits you.
One of the theme of the game is memories. How memories are important that we should not forget our past. Then the game ended. Now everything about the game becomes memories. Then the song "memories of life" started playing.
I really cried a lot as a kid. I had to say goodbye to my friends. Our adventure and story ended and it's now all memories.
Agreed. The card game takes me back to the mid 90s when everyone was collecting Pokémon cards. It’s a great feature to take a break from the task at hand and play a game of cards. Sometimes the characters will say something hilarious right before tooSurprisingly really enjoyed the card game and the characters were fun
I’m still very much speechless. There’s so much I want to say but it might take a little time before being ready to discuss the ending in full. It was that powerful to me. It had much more of an impact than I could imagine. And I’ve seen some touching endings. Yesterday I was holding back tears during every stretch of my day, even when there were others around. The beauty of life is taught, in ways you would never learn quite the same until you’ve played FFIXIt doesn’t matter how many times I replay the game, watch thr cutscenea, or even read it via screenshots. This moment is the single most touching moment in media for me.
This game... I am speechless