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Submitted by MattyG 753d ago | article

Five Things that (Probably) Influenced Final Fantasy VII and Five Things it (Probably) Influenced

1up- Culture: culture is a perpetual yin-yang dance of serial burglary.

. . . Mmm, cereal.

. . . . . . Mmmmm, burgers.

[SIX HOURS LATER]

God darn it! Once again, I can't get one sentence into a piece of writing without triggering my binge-eating reflex.

Well, I was going to say: Final Fantasy VII launched in the United States 15 years ago this month. So now is a great time to remember that Final Fantasy VII launched ten years after the first Final Fantasy. Its release was as much a time for looking backward as it was for looking forward. And now, here I am, looking backward at the way the game looked backward -- and then looking backward at the way the game looked forward -- forward until today, when I am looking backward. (Final Fantasy VII, Retro)

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