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Saving the World While We’re Young

I’ve seen the topic come up of how everyone tends to be young in Japanese role-playing video games, to the extent that people in their thirties are considered old. I noticed this in Final Fantasy VII, where everyone seems to … Continue reading

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Crazy Celtic Cruises

A common theme in mythology and related fiction is that of the sea voyage that includes a visit to a bunch of weird islands with bizarre people and creatures. This sort of thing can also happen in stories of overland … Continue reading

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The Zozo Show

I’ve been meaning for a while now to write a post about the town of Zozo in Final Fantasy VI, as it’s just such a weird place. It has elements of a Cloudcuckooland, but is also a den of thieves, … Continue reading

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Girls Against Gestahl

Picture by Beth Wulff/Annie Felis The ensemble cast of Final Fantasy VI has definitely stuck with me over the years, and I’ve written about a few of them, but I don’t think I’ve said much recently about the character who … Continue reading

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