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Published on Nov 4, 2010
Before we begin, I would like to thank the Lord Jesus Christ for my life, and all the gifts which I've been given in it, including the ability to make this extension. Your name be glorified, my Savior, even in something as small as this. Amen.
You break it, you bought it, viewers. Welcome once more (or for the first time ever) to Amateur Extension Theater 2000. I'm your host, Alkahest.
The Wild Arms series has always been an intriguing blend of 'wild, wild west' and 'medieval sword-and-spells' genres, with a small dose of 'sci-fi' thrown in for good measure. Wild Arms 3, however, was almost entirely a western, with sci-fi elements added in here and there. I really enjoyed how it played until for the most part. (How things turned out storywise... 'tis another story entirely.)
'FATE BREAKER' is one of many dungeon themes composed by Michiko Naruke, but it happens to be the best in the entire game. Seriously, the moment when I first heard that opening trumpet fanfare, I knew it was going to become a favorite for life.
Perhaps not too coincidentally, the locations it's played at are among my favorite dungeons in the game. ... well, ruins seems a better term, now that I think of it. From an abandoned research lab to the ruins of a flying city, Virginia and Co. are always in for an exciting trip through the layers of Filgaia's colorful history.
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Images taken from a vast collection of scans available at www.animepaper.com -- yep, they 'charge' you for downloading full-size images, but the free preview ones? Very nice and cool, as evidenced by my video.