By Verdugo 4 Comments
Besides getting my ass handed to me by difficult bosses (Seymour Flux is the hardest I've faced so far, I despise this guy), up to this moment in this adventure, this game has left a lasting impact on my emotions. I'm just contstantly feeling like I'm on the verge of tears everytime I think to the story that has unfolded so far in this adventure. As I scaled Gagazet Mountain, the music had me ready to just cry. I felt this underlying sadness in it, as if everything these cast of characters have gone through was about to amount to little. Mostly, I just felt a mixture of happiness and sorrow for Tidus and Yuna, it brings me back to Final Fantasy 8 and Rinoa and Squall. The theme of love has been one storyline element in both of these games that have teared at me mentally and emotionally. It's one thing that makes these games remarkable, and unforgetable. I can hope for a happy ending, but...something just feels amiss.
While I still drone on about how these games affect my emotional status, so far Final Fantasy X exceeded my expectations. It's an incredible game so far, mostly due to it's remarkable storyline, and excellent gameplay and beautiful graphics. The games difficulty can seem a tad daunting, but it's not an impossible game by any means. It's hard to a point that you have a certain satisfaction when you get past a boss, even if it seems hopeless.
I was right. I am dumbstruck. Tomorrow, I play more Final Fantasy X. And beat Seymour...cheating bastard.
-Verdugo...(Wants to, yet doesn't want to finish this adventure)
EDIT: I beat Seymour Flux, hell yes.