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Submitted by davidrobots 409d ago | opinion piece

Replaying Final Fantasy X Reminds Me of My Own Mortality

GeekParty editor David Roberts writes about how replaying Final Fantasy X brings back memories of spending time with his grandmother during her last days, and how the world Zanarkand became a world to escape to. (Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster: Collector’s Edition, PS Vita, PS3)

JoshBatman  +   409d ago
Deep story to tell, and a great reflection piece.
moegooner88  +   409d ago
Wow, what a beautifully written piece.
elda  +   408d ago
Pretty Deep!

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