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Hello everyone, my name is Avery and today I'd like to ask something to all of those that play Video Games. Now, I had this thought while watching a review about a certain game that's incredibly beautiful, but it made me think. Are there really people out there that just think that games are just that? Games and nothing more? I didn't exactly think about that until now, but there are people that think of games as just a waste of time, which is sad. But I want to do something, a little talk about what everyone has experienced in games, be it the greatest moment, the saddest moment, or even the happiest moment. I want everyone to share their experience with any game they've played, be it old or new, you are welcome to share it! IMPORTANT NOTE! PLEASE LET OTHERS KNOW THAT IF YOUR EXPERIENCE HAS SPOILERS, THEY MAY HAVE NOT GOTTEN TO THAT POINT IN THE GAME! Now, with that out of the way, I want to share my experience. Which game I'm going to choose? Why, one that isn't that well known. It's "The Legend of Mana". Why this title? It's been a childhood game that I've held dearly to my heart, it will always keep a place in my all time favorites. MINOR SPOILERS: Character Plot, Gilbert The Legend of Mana has always been one of my favorite all time games, because of its beautiful art direction, stunning musical pieces, wonderful battle system, and incredible stories spread throughout all over the game itself! The characters in this game are extremely memorable: Elazul, the wandering warrior in search for something life changing. Niccolo, the traveling rabbit merchant and haggler. Watts, a cranky Blacksmith that helps you blacksmith. Bud and Lisa, brother and sister that stir up trouble becoming wizards. Along with many more faces that you meet along your journey! This game also had a monster ranch, where you raise little monsters and they become your pets! Allowing you to take them into battle! They were adorable when you treated them nicely and were extremely fun to take care of. I remember going from place to place just to get my monsters the best to they can, or going on an adventure to find Monster Eggs to hatch a brand new monster! I believe I named a bunny monster "Bob" because I was horrible with names back then. But the fact that I got to raise these monsters was so cool back then. But, the experience you have with this game, is just amazing. You are yourself, going on this journey to rebuild the world of Mana, and as you travel across different lands to get to different locations, you come across many different people. Some not even human, yet carry over extreme human emotions. Such as Gilbert the Centaur, a musical mind who wishes nothing but the best for his love who makes lamps for a living. You help Gilbert by helping his love sell lamps to the Budbear people across this one town. Though, as you tell the Budbear about the lamps and you convince them to buy them at the store. Something snaps in Gilbert, seeing something that he's been contemplating even before you met him in this town. After you do the quest for both him, and his love, they both go out to the balcony of the tallest building, talking to one another. Though, the outcome... isn't expected, as Gilbert leaves his love to search for something greater. This is a very sad moment, accompanied by a musical piece known as "Sparkling City of Ruin", giving more of an impact. You meet Gilbert many times along your journey, so it's possible that he has another ending to his story. I just haven't found it yet. But it was really sad to see the two of them see each other go like that. But honestly, that's not the worst in this game. There are MANY MANY other stories in this game that hits you if you immerse yourself into the game well enough. There many endings, openings, even events that you never saw coming. There's just too many to tell in such a short time, and I want to have others experience them just as I have. Legend of Mana is a fantastic game, and I recommend it to anyone wanting to try out something new. The battle system is great, the story is top notch for the fact that it doesn't exactly revolve around your character, but instead revolves around the world you travel in. The art is breathtaking to look at, and the music is great to listen to if you need some inspiration. My experience is the whole game itself, it's a fantastic play, worth hours upon hours of play. It's VERY VERY hard to find a physical copy of the game, since it's very old. But if you can emulate it, you will be glad to have gotten the chance to play a game like Legend of Mana. It changed my life, maybe it can do the same with you? Here are some of my favorite pieces from Legend of Mana. Take a listen if you want to! Nostalgic Song Song of Mana So, let's hear your stories! I want to hear what your tales give about the game that gave you the best experience! Or maybe you think that games are just games? I'm not sure, that's why I'm asking!
hi hi Its one thing to watch a cartoon where characters learn lessons about friendship, but its another thing to see it happen in real life. I saw this on the news and it brought a smile to my face. Ohio teen helps opponent cross the finish line Simply awesome.
Like the title says! Share anything you want to about yourself, one post at a time! I'll start with: My eyes change color with the weather! They can be blue, green, grey, or anything in between!
Yep Tortilla, I have shamelessly taken your thread idea and dragged it into the happiness spectrum where sunshine and butterflies live! I owe you a song in exchange, redeemable at any Sugarcube Corner franchise... which I will be starting soon. Anyway, after everypony's recovered from reliving horrible creepy crawly dreams and talking about being a ponycake on the sidewalk, post your greatest joy or hope here! For me, I hope everypony I've met gets a little more happiness into their lives! I want to make the world a better place through smiles and cheer (and sometimes bribery sweets). It's what bounces me out of bed every day! And that's totally honestly 100% stick a Pinkie in my eye hope to fly truthful! I decided this back in high school since I was shy and didn't have a lot of friends before then. I didn't want me or anypony else to be sad anymore. Thanks for sharing!