got a message saying “how are you” from a number I don’t know and I don’t know if I should respond because it might be my ex boyfriend. anyway, I don’t think I want to talk to anyone who’s number isn’t registered in my phone.
At what point does the music of a game become more than just a supplemental soundtrack? Is it when years after finishing the game, while listening to it’s music it still conjures those same emotions from long ago? Or is it when a person dresses up in a full formal tuxedo, to go to a theater where he will listen to an Orchestra of over 50 people play the same song you heard in your living room TV?
The music of Final Fantasy has definitely transcended the games themselves, and have become respected parts of the musical canon. The music has become timeless, and years after the last Final Fantasy game is released, The songs will live on, whether inside an orchestra’s grand hall, or the headphones on your Ipod.
But in all honesty, my generation seems to be more obsessed with how much they love their animals than ever. I think that’s what we got out of pokemon, honestly.
I wish they had a game kinda like “Hey You, Pikachu” except you can choose any Pokémon you want to be your little friend, and you get to take care of it and stuff. It would be great for the Wii, you could use the remote to pet it and groom it and stuff.
There’s my point exactly. They were friends to us, not tools. =D