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Submitted by Pozzle 843d ago | opinion piece

The Long and Winding Road, Part 4: Seth Balmore from Lost Odyssey

BT writes: There is a song written by Sir Paul McCartney and John Lennon titled The Long and Winding Road, a melancholy ballad about loss and finding oneself, that appeared on the Beatles final album, Let It Be. It was also their last number one single in America, before their breakup in 1970. The reason I bring this up is because the subject matter of the song fits with the somber nature of Lost Odyssey. As we have seen with Kaim, Sarah, and Ming, each of the playable immortals has gone on a journey, has followed that Long and Winding Road, only to have the door shut on them due to Gongora’s manipulation.

But the final playable immortal, Seth Balmore, is one of the rare exceptions to this rule. (Lost Odyssey, Xbox 360)

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