do NOT re-post! thanks.
got these images at some website.
I unfortunately forgot it. ^^; But I DO NOT OWN ANY OF THE IMAGES!
World: First off, FF9 actually takes term ‘fantasy’ and sticks with it, something we have seen a rather huge lack in the series ever since FF7 and FF8 took the series in a more sci-fi direction, taking place in a medieval time period where magic is still practiced regularly but also taking place…
Let me stop you here, Kuja isn’t gay.
Leon S. Kennedy - Resident Evil 6
This part really got to me, because it shows the extent of Snow’s desperation for release.
He’s beating himself over something that he really had no control of, something that he shouldn’t really be blaming himself for. Since Serah was practically his everything and his driving force for everything he’s ever done, her death fell upon his shoulders and he took it as his responsibility even though he had no part in it ever happening.
After dawdling in his remorse for centuries, he’s been reduced to this self-depreciating shell of the man he once was before, thinking that he doesn’t deserve anything else but to be wiped off the face of existence - and he thinks Lightning is the only person fitting enough to finish him off.
I’ve never really felt much for Snow before, not until now, and to be honest I think it’s because I can relate to what he was feeling during this cutscene. When something happens beyond your control, you can’t help but think it was your fault somehow even though there was nothing you could’ve done. It’s that possibility, that “well, what if I could’ve done something” that eats you up until there’s nothing left of you - until you become a ghost of who you once were, and you push yourself to the point where you think self-destruction is the only way out.
In situations like these, the real “final boss” is yourself.
It was something not really explained but it must have something to do with him protecting the people in Yusnaan.
He was supposed to help Serah back in XIII-2 but bad things happened.