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Submitted by emilydualshockers 1172d ago | article

Finality is a Farce: Redemption in the Final Fantasy Series

Emily Putscher of Dualshockers.com writes "One of the things I love about the trends gaming has taken over the last few years is the emphasis on morality and making tough decisions. I feel it adds a humanizing aspect to many games that may otherwise be hard to identify with due to subject matter, setting, characters, and so on and so forth. Talking about morals in video games could take a lifetime, so I’m going to attempt to narrow down the subject just a little." (Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, Culture, Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy, PS3, PSP, Square Enix)

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