Kotaku: Legendary Japanese rocker Kyosuke Himuro, member of seminal band Boøwy, has joined forces with emo vocalist Gerard Way from the group My Chemical Romance for the Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Complete.
Ew wtf. This is just what Final Fantasy needed, more emo kids.
You should see the Spoonyone's FF8 review lol http://www.youtube.com/watc...
Erm... I think Squre Enix has westerners all wrong. The typical western gamer who would be interested in Final Fantasy ISN"T EMO IN THE SLIGHEST. In fact, I'm sure a majority of old school Final Fantasy gamers hate emos. So now they've just spartin kicked away the rest of the people who were willing to share their money with Square Enix.
There aren't enough facepalm pics on the internet to express how I feel reading this...
Same here dude, same here...
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Well guys I hate to say but...it's time to put SE down. *takes shot gun off of rack* I'll do it hes my dog...
Come on people, the tone is already set for the movie and this seems like a perfect fit. One more thing: I actually like MCR, never fully understood the whole emo hate thing, whatever the fu*$ that is.
Ya, seriously, MCR is good. Close minded morons.
SE couldn't make anymore terrible decisions I am yet again slapped with this. Words cannot describe how gay this will be. People who listen to MCR have mostly been the teens or teeny boppers and its realy sad because there hasn't been any real good music for the past 10 years. Like games digital downloads have made the music industry less tempted to take risks with good bands nd always use the same $hit with different names hence why everyone sounds the same. Truly sad. Hopefully we get a very different SE with Versus fingers crossed everyone.
Square went from Hikaru to MCR?? seriously wtf
HAHA This is a joke. MCR blows and FFVII deserves much better. Full orchestra.
I should have kicked the ass of SE
mcr is pretty good. they arent emo!
As bad as this sounds, I highly doubt the guys at SE are real brainiacs behind this.
...and here I thought SE was already at an all time low... Can you guys imagine if the next FF bombs? It may truly be their Final Fantasy.
i think that's one of the main reasons they jumped over to 360, they really cant afford to let FF13 fail, hence with 360 & PS3 their user based have increased at least thats why they could have been thinking
"IF" the next FF bombs? I think most of the smart ones who have seen the trailers and S-E past history KNOWS it will flop. Will there be a FF after FF13 flops? Of course, as it hasn't stopped them from releasing the other flops last gen and despite it being a bad game people will still buy it because of the name alone.
I'm not going to lie I'm curious as to why they choose my chemical romance to go with this when their are quite possibly other bands to go with. Better yet, FF:AC seems like it would work best with just an instrumental than anything else, lyrics sometimes convey the wrong emotions in something yet sometimes they go hand in hand with what they are being used for; One example being Anime Music Videos. Overall I'd say it'd be best to leave it as instrumental or else we might wind up with Final Fantasy VII Advent Children: The Musical!
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Avenged Sevenfold doesn't like My Chemical Queermance...blah, ew!
Is why you don't go giving youre exclusives to Microsoft.
WHEN I WAS...
THE BEST THE BEST THE BEST THE BEST. Foo Fighters would have been better.
This has just turned down my high spirits for FF-X111, can't they jus keep their japanese usual way of FF
Yeah i would like Avenged Sevenfold over My chemical Romance.
The title is so misleading. 1 member of the band helped write the ending song for ACC. The person who wrote the ending song for the first version was still primarily in charge so it's not gonna sound like a crazy emo song. At least I hope it doesn't.
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