Terra Fae Odosson - Forget your little reunion and get a grip! TALK- Mother-shmother! It's Jenova's friggin head! 23:10, January 27, 2010 (UTC)
Yeah I switched back to Reno again. Welcome to my page. I like to help out on this wiki when I can. I love all it's knowledge. I must say it's really helpful when I have no idea what's going on. I mean if you don't know your stuff hearing about FF can sound like a different language, I guess. Well that's what I've heard. Feel free to drop me a line of my talk page!
Hey this Holly, I also go by Terra. The first wiki I joined was the Kingdom Hearts one. Ever since I have played Kingdom Hearts I have loved Final Fantasy characters. I decided to further expand my anime life by renting Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children. Needless to say it was amazing. I had already loved Cloud Strife and Sephiroth. I had also found out my favorite KH character, Axel, was based of Reno from FF7. I could tell which character it was by just hearing him speak. I have been hooked to that story ever since. I have seen the movie and unaccountable amount of times by now. I then ended up watching the Final Fantasy anime, Final Fantasy Unlimited. I started playing X-2 and got the end before I finally got to play Final Fantasy VII :).
This was the first Final Fantasy I ever played. It got me used to turn based, or at least prepared to use it in later games. It got my navigation of the world of Spira down which was important when I actually played X. I never did beat this though. I am gonna go back and play it again soon. I loved 1000 Words and from what I saw it looks like it's a really good game with some quirks.
Second playthrough. Approached the game with new determanation. Mastered the job system, and got over 80% completion, in order to bring Tidus back. Beat the game with no problems. Love the story between Shinyun and Len.
The epic. This game is amazing. I know a lot of people don't like VII because it is so popular, but you know sometimes those things have their fame for a reason. The plot was amazing, the characters are appealing, the villain is awesome, and it's world is whole. I am a huge VII fan and this game deserves all the attention it gets.
This game brought a lot of attention to Vincent Valentine, which was just as well because he is one of my favorite Final Fantasy characters of all time. It built up his story and let you get more attached to his character. I like how it showed a slightly darker side to the world of VII. This is one of my favorite PS2 games. It is really fantastic.
I loved Crisis Core too. It really let you get to know Zack better and also see a glimpse at the life in the world of VII before Sephiroth's attack. Actually seeing Sephiroth before he went off the deep end almost made me feel sorry for him, but a lord like Sephiroth doesn't need pity. Genesis was an amazing character in his own right. I really liked how this game ended right where VII starts.
I know VIII can take a lot of grief over the Junctioning system, and no the system is not my favorite, but it was just hard. Not horrible. This game really showed the ways Final Fantasy could be. The animation was amazing. The opening is one of my favorites ever. My favorite aspect of the game was that it was both a romance, and an adventure. Rinoa and Squall completed each other. I think the chemistry between the characters really added to the game.
Laguna Loire is actually my favorite Final Fantasy character. He is lovable and clumsy. He always does what he thinks is right and fights for others. I love Laguna. Rinoa is my favorite Final Fantasy girl. She was just an amazing character who did so much for the story. One of my favorite Final Fantasies.
I played this on Co-op with a friend. Though it isn't one of favorites it was a really good game. The battle system was fun and the two player feature was great. Zidane is a pretty great character, but Kuja was EPIC! The best part of the game in my opinion. Any villain that dramatic is okay by me. And he lacked pants! Always made me laugh.
I think if any game comes close to beating out VII in my heart it's X. I know a lot of people didn't like this game because it was so linear, but I honestly thought it was amazing. I really loved the emotional drive in this game. The quest was really heartfelt and all the character seemed real to me. They all had their faults. I know Tidus can seem whiny, but his narration expressed his true feelings and made him extremely likable.
The battle system was great. The leveling system was awesome. Auron was a great character in both the way he was written, and the muscle he backed the party up with. I think just the speech the characters give when they fight Yunalesca was enough to make this one of the best games I ever played. It was truly an inspiring work.
This was the first Nintendo generation FF I played. I think I chose VI because it's high praise from a lot of people I know. When I think back I really knew very little about the game before I started other than it's where Terra, Kefka, and Setzer were from. I was surprised that Terra really didn't appeal to me. I ended up really liking Locke. I actually love his character. His relationship with Celes was a big driving force in the game for me. Edgar Ronni Figaro won me over in ability and character. Setzer is just a bad ass. This dice move is killer. I really loved how this game was about all it's characters. It was fantastic how you could teach any spell to anyone. And it's final battle gave me the least amount of trouble of any Final Fantasy. In fact I beat Kefka on the first try. Ultima rules.
I was told this game was going to take me over 50 hours to beat, so I didn't play it for a long time after I bought because I didn't have the time. I beat it in 37 hours. The plot wasn't that great, but having all the FF characters together was awesome. I really liked seeing the interactions between characters that never meet in their original games. I loved seeing the older characters given voices. Chaos was pretty epic. I used Bartz to complete the game because I enjoyed his critical hits and combos. I guess I have always said Zidane and Ultimecia wrong. I kinda like my way better but oh well. I think of all the characters dubbed for the first time Kefka was done the best. He was exactly as he should have been.
I adored this game. The opening was captivating enough to get me interested immediately. I would actually say the opening was my favorite since VIII's. My only real complaint was how far apart some cut scenes were. But really this game was really fresh, and you simply can not go wrong with a leading man like Balthier. I loved Gabranth and Basch. Larsa is my hero. Really a fantastic game that is over looked. Spectacular <3
Once I finally hunkered down and played the game all the way through, it was pretty good. Not a personal favorite of mine, but the Job System made level grinding seem to have a lot more purpose than usual. I loved Faris, but I am huge pirate fan, so that's no surprise. After beating my last couple Final Fantasy games without much trouble, Ex-Death was a pretty good foe. I was forced to beat him before my boyfriend let me break in my ps3. I had missed old school games.
This has got to be one of the best films ever made. People who say otherwise really can't know what they are talking about. I first got this from my local library. I had had The Spirits Within for years. Sure it's okay. Honestly I hardly remembered it. The real reason I rented this was because of Kingdom Hearts. I knew so many characters from this film because of that game series.
So it arrived and I didn't watch it for days. Finally right before it was due I popped it in. I knew that the character KHII's Axel was based off was from this game. I was so excited when Reno came on. LOL. I watched it with wide eyes. I went renewed and watched it with me best friend. I precede to renew it until I could no more. Within a month I ordered my own copy from Amazon by gathering up change around the house. LOL. I would in honestly has I have seen this movie at least a dozen times. I adore it!
I have only watched the dub. I know what some people would say, but I love the dub! Quinton Flynn is amazing as Reno! I love both the voice of Sephiroth and Vincent Valentine. I can quote many portions of the film and know that in the Japanese version the quotes won't be the same. Some day I'll watch it subbed, but I will always love the dub!
My favorite scene is in Midgar with Reno and Rude. It's just an amazing scene, not just because it's funny, but because all Cloud's old friends come back. Now that I have played the original game its even better!
I have just come to understand the meaning of Advent Children. I mean the words. To think of Kadaj and his brothers as the children kinda changes my perspective of things. I never thought of them strictly as villains. It wasn't there fault. It's all kinda sad. But their was redemption. Everything is all right......
The actors who play Marlene and Denzel had to be changed due to their ages. I prefer the original actors but you can't have it all. Almost all Rufus Shinra's dialog was changed. This did make the plot better and easier to understand but it messed up my quoting ability. LOL.
Geostigma is pretty frightening in this version. People gush it and vomit it's goo. That one man even looked like a zombie. I'm glad I understand geostigma now. But man is it nasty. Those things Kadaj makes (the monsters) are also more vicious now.
In one scene Kadaj appeared as Sephiroth. That was awesome. Reno and Rude had two new and long scenes. Yay! I loved them both. Many of the in between scenes never showed were added. I loved when Marlene impersonated Barret. XD
A couple of really good scenes were either changed or almost removed. Like when Reno and Rude are confronting Loz and Azoo about the Shinra monument. The scene physically played the same but the lines were changed. Now admittedly the scene fits better in the movie and explains more but I like the original. I like how flustered Reno was about the boys saying he wasn't trusted. Also when Tseng and Elana originally caught Rufus in the net Reno shimmied up to get him down. Now he just gets down by himself or one of the other Turks help him. It's off screen. I missed watching Rude fall while trying to help.
This version also incorporated more themes from the original game. I can now appreciate that as I have played almost all of FFVII. I loved all of Zack's new bits. I mean it was so cool he could appear to Cloud on occasion.
Reno and Rude chasing after Loz and Azoo in the helicopter was epic! This had to be my favorite all new scene. It was hilarious. I was glad to see Tseng and Elana have more parts. After Elana and the Turks took off after Rufus "died" in the original game I began to like her more. I also like Tseng a lot more after watching Last Order. He didn't want that for Zack and Cloud.
The Sephiroth fight was like 10 times better. I love how Cloud was impaled again and they referred to what happened at the reactor now seven years ago. The fact Sephiroth flew with his wing in the fight also made it a lot better. What I really loved was when Zack spoke to Cloud and helped him carry on. The addition of being able to animate blood and dirt also added to the whole movie.
I liked learning more about Denzel's backstory. When Vincent saves Cloud in the Forgotten City they actually show Vincent under his cloak. That was cool. When Tifa and Cloud passed out in Aerith's church there was always this really inappropriate happy music. That music has now been changed to fit. Sure that's nice but I loved that creepy happy music! It still remains when Cloud looses his phone though. Yay!
I've decided I like the way the Shinra are depicted better in this version. It is much more obvious that Rufus wants redemption. In the original I thought that was just a stepping stone back to power. Yes, Rufus will always want power, but he was born into a world like that. I also feel the connection between the Turks was more powerful. Specially every one's concern for Tseng and Elena. Also Reno makes note of Rude being safe at one point. Aw, feel the love!
Overall the movie runs better and makes more sense. The original will always be a classic to me, but this director's cut it epic and definitely worth watching.
I was glad I knew about some Zack things before I watched this or I might have become confused. The story takes place both in Nibelheim five years before Final Fantasy VII and right before the start of Final Fantasy while Cloud and Zack are on the run from Shinra.
I really showed some incidents the original game covers briefly and some things that I only got to read about. I really loved how Zack would talk to Zack while he was catatonic. It really showed how much Zack cared for Cloud. I wish they would do a dub. It surely is worthy.
This is actually on youtube. I never thought I would get to see it, so it was pretty awesome.
Believe it or not my really small county library had this is it's system. I really craved some more FF so I ordered. I got it eventually. Truthfully it's very strange. The main characters are too small children who are kinda annoying. They are looking for their parents who are lost in a different land called Wonderland. Very original. The set up of the show reminded me of the Dungeons and Dragons cartoon. LOL. That was awesome.
Now the sub cast of characters is just great. Kaze: the Black Wind and Makenshi: White Cloud. They are both really B.A.! Now I might just really like Kaze because he is undoubtedly similar to Vincent Valentine whom I adore. But his best line "Soil is my power!" is repeated and almost every episode and that too is great. Honestly the whole show overall is a hoot.
R.I.P Madoushi! That is Makenshi's older and cooler brother. He was already dead when the show began. Tough break!
Kaze, soil is his power! Kaze might not have said much but he's awesome. I love how he said the same lines in just about every episode. I noticed how much he was like Vincent Valentine at once. I wish I had access to more information about him and his nemesis, Makenshi.
Makenshi is Kaze's nemesis. You can't have one without eventually having the other. His mist powers are pretty cool and I always have thought his mask looks a lot like Hannibal Lecter's. All the same I feel bad for Makenshi. He was just on of the best character from Unlimited.
I have owned this movie for years and years. It wasn't even mine. My sister really liked it. And now that I am into the games and stuff my family is all like ew. They were the ones who bought this movie!
I don't remember it that well. I'm gonna rewatch it and fill this in later.