History Awesome / FinalFantasy

10th Apr '17 12:59:08 AM Karxrida
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* E3 2015, Sony's press conference, they showed a new game called World of Final Fantasy, nothing too exciting......until the background suddenly turns dark with flowing green lines and at that moment, you know where this is going: a FinalFantasyVII HD remake.

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* E3 2015, Sony's press conference, they showed a new game called World of Final Fantasy, nothing too exciting......until the background suddenly turns dark with flowing green lines and at that moment, you know where this is going: a FinalFantasyVII VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII HD remake.
21st Dec '16 6:51:15 PM Valiona
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*In the prologue, the bullies complain about being on the same team as Mewt, who's "like a little girl," for the snowball fight. Ritz then steps in, saying that there are girls who can beat them up, and resolves the situation by swapping places with one of the bullies, thereby deliberately choosing to be on the same team as Mewt, who'd been regarded as weak.
*Marche defeating Ritz. He admits early on that he'd assumed that once he found her, she'd help him find a way home, and went into a brief HeroicBSOD when he realized she didn't want to. Now, he's willing to stand against her, someone he admired, for the sake of his goal of returning home and facing hardship had-on, and neither holds any hard feelings against the other, which nicely showcases Marche's CharacterDevelopment since the early game.
*Marche's ShutUpHannibal against the FinalBoss just before the first fight against her..
-->'''[[spoiler:Remedi]]''': I am the fulfiller of wishes. Now, Mewt's dearest wish is to stay here... And, there is another who wishes the same thing.
-->'''Marche''': Me...? I don't deny what you say, but... This world is just a dream, and I'm done with dreaming!
*In the ending, Marche and Mewt, their confidence bolstered as a result of their time in Ivalice, throw snowballs back at their bullies, catching all three of them off guard, and nonchalantly walk off after that.

22nd Oct '16 3:23:28 PM dlchen145
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** Also, proving that victory is not necessary for a Crowning Moment Of Awesome, Reno and Rude get their moment in the spotlight fighting Yazoo and Loz. Sure, they get their asses kicked, but they get their asses kicked in a way that makes them look {{Badass}} for even managing to put up a fight. And they ''still'' manage to top going toe-to-toe with near invincible superhumans and surviving when they realize that they don't stand a chance in a real fight and decide to up their ante. Cue StuffBlowingUp.

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** Also, proving that victory is not necessary for a Crowning Moment Of Awesome, Reno and Rude get their moment in the spotlight fighting Yazoo and Loz. Sure, they get their asses kicked, but they get their asses kicked in a way that makes them look {{Badass}} badass for even managing to put up a fight. And they ''still'' manage to top going toe-to-toe with near invincible superhumans and surviving when they realize that they don't stand a chance in a real fight and decide to up their ante. Cue StuffBlowingUp.
5th Feb '16 2:32:18 PM NativeJovian
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* At about the end of the third hour into ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyCrystalChroniclesCrystalBearers'', "Goldenrod", the Yuke that Layle's been pursuing since the start of the game, decides that she's given Layle enough warnings to keep his nose out of her business and tells him that she'll demonstrate her true power: ''[[SummonMagic Summoning]]''. She promptly creates a summoning gate that releases, of all Summons, the dragon god-king himself, ''Bahamut''. Not one to be outdone, Layle has a boss fight with the dragon who is traditionally the most powerful summon ever. However, when telekinetically launching rusty swords through his armor does little more than anger Bahamut into destroying the arena, he needs to find a new tactic. So what does Layle do to harm Bahamut? He performs a horizontal ColossusClimb on Bahamut while he's in mid-flight, grabs Bahamut's tail (which is a gigantic ''spear'' in this incarnation), and ''[[ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice skewers Bahamut through the heart WITH HIS OWN TAIL]]!''

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* At about the end of the third hour into ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyCrystalChroniclesCrystalBearers'', ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyCrystalChroniclesTheCrystalBearers'', "Goldenrod", the Yuke that Layle's been pursuing since the start of the game, decides that she's given Layle enough warnings to keep his nose out of her business and tells him that she'll demonstrate her true power: ''[[SummonMagic Summoning]]''. She promptly creates a summoning gate that releases, of all Summons, the dragon god-king himself, ''Bahamut''. Not one to be outdone, Layle has a boss fight with the dragon who is traditionally the most powerful summon ever. However, when telekinetically launching rusty swords through his armor does little more than anger Bahamut into destroying the arena, he needs to find a new tactic. So what does Layle do to harm Bahamut? He performs a horizontal ColossusClimb on Bahamut while he's in mid-flight, grabs Bahamut's tail (which is a gigantic ''spear'' in this incarnation), and ''[[ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice skewers Bahamut through the heart WITH HIS OWN TAIL]]!''
10th Oct '15 6:29:48 PM eowynjedi
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* Awesome/FinalFantasyTacticsA2



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* In one particular quest in ''Final Fantasy Tactics A2'', you have to shut down a swindler who sold bogus hammers for 20k gil, and Ezel (who you should know from Tactics Advance) shows up to give you the card that was meant for your mark - after bragging that it's worth 80k gil. So what does the card do? It's [[NighInvulnerability God Mode]] for your Judge - [[spoiler:as Illua has the misfortune of finding out before the penultimate showdown at Delgantua, when her spell to banish your Judge is beaten off by Ezel's card like money was owed.]] Best 80k gil I never spent. Thanks, Ezel!
* The chain of sidequests with Bowen, who seeks to destroy a giant Cocaktrice that [[spoiler: murdered his wife many years ago]]. You fight the bird several times with Bowen (hume Fighter), his Illusionist, and his Raptor. Each time you seemingly KO the bird, it flees. When you fight it for the last time, you arrive to find Bowen trying to fight it alone in a blind rage. When the battle begins, Bowen's allies arrive on the scene and a [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome different battle music plays, which is the same one used in boss battles from Final Fantasy XII]]. The music is only the icing on the cake. When the boss' HP drops down to a certain amount, it tries to flee again, but your clan uses an item to keep it rooted to the ground so you can finish it off for good. After the fight is over, a touching scene plays out afterward and Bowen can finally rest, knowing his quest for revenge is over.
8th Aug '15 11:09:38 PM dbz77
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16th Jun '15 1:23:27 AM Fraile
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*E3 2015, Sony's press conference, they showed a new game called World of Final Fantasy, nothing too exciting......until the background suddenly turns dark with flowing green lines and at that moment, you know where this is going: a FinalFantasyVII HD remake.
20th Mar '15 6:28:13 PM SpaceDrake
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19th Jan '15 5:11:08 PM crazyrabbits
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** For my money, it wasn't. He always dies before he gets the chance to do anything, or he just punches someone.
19th Jan '15 5:09:40 PM crazyrabbits
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** That's not just "kicking some ass", Cloud uses [[spoiler:the (regular) Omnislash against Sephiroth, ''who blocks every blow''. And then, with Cloud skewered, he remarks "Is this the pain you felt before, Cloud? Let me remind you. This time you won't forget." and grows the titular [[OneWingedAngel single wing]].]] Now I'm a man, but when that last bit happened, I swear [[{{Squee}} I screamed like a fangirl]].

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** That's not just "kicking some ass", Cloud uses [[spoiler:the (regular) Omnislash against Sephiroth, ''who blocks every blow''. And then, with Cloud skewered, he remarks "Is this the pain you felt before, Cloud? Let me remind you. This time you won't forget." and grows the titular [[OneWingedAngel single wing]].]] Now I'm a man, but when that last bit happened, I swear [[{{Squee}} I screamed like a fangirl]].]]
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