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Published on Nov 5, 2011
Contains literally ONLY spoilers for Type-0, I'm afraid, so if you're staying away from them, I'd avoid this.
Although, since it looks like we're never getting a release anywhere besides in Japan (can I just mention how it's my pet hate how the only concern anywhere is for a NA release date? What about the EU, what about everywhere else in the world, hm?) there isn't much point in being spoiler conscious until you play it yourself, unless you speak good enough Japanese to import it and go through it yourself.
This is barely anything, hardly any editing, and it only took an hour-ish since it's ONLY clips from the ending (not the secret one, either) to Type-0, and not many of them at that. I KNOW the song is cliche now, but it reminded me somewhat of Ace ("I'll sing it one last time for you", for example...) and sort of fit what happened, so... maybe I'll remake it when I download more of the game. Probably not.
I didn't really intend to see the ending as fast as I did- besides the opening of the game and a trailer or two, .gifs of it were the first real glimpse I had at Type-0. I guess it's kind of like how Crisis Core was for me- the first thing I knew was that the game ended in death, thanks to Tumblr. xD Didn't stop me literally sobbing like a baby the first time I watched it.
What caught me about it was that the imagery of how they died was pretty amazing- I don't know, all the holding hands and leaning on one another really got to me, for some reason. It doesn't help that, since then, watching bits of it and cutscenes, it's obvious if I EVER get to play it (which is looking seriously unlikely right about now) it'd be Jack, Nine and Ace who I rooted for, who I liked. Whiiiiiiich is pretty bad news considering the shit everyone goes through.
Yeah, I'm never gonna play it, but I like this game. And the video's lazy, I'm sorry about that. I'm SURE I gave enough spoiler warnings by now, hopefully, so no one can yell at me for that.
So, uh, yeah. Ending these things is always awkward.