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Published on Nov 18, 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.
"Pretty quick on the trigger. But as a Drifter, it may cost you your life if you don't pull it." -Janus Cascade, to Virginia Maxwell
Flying in the midst of the storm on migratory bird-scoundrel's wings, it's Amateur Extension Theater 2000! Now here's your host, quickest draw this side of Filgaia, Alkahest.
Why yes. Yes, I did use a Janus quote instead of a Virginia one. Clever of me, wasn't it? Yes, I thought it quite appropriate to the subject matter at hand.
Ahem! Wild Arms 3 boasted a number of interesting features. An Encounter gauge that could let you skip enemy battles (most of the time), vehicle battles (which weren't as cool as Skies of Arcadia's, alas), cel-shaded graphics, and... er... characters running around randomly on the battlefield for no clear-cut reason other than the fact that it looked kinda cool sometimes.
But Michiko Naruke's compositions remain the high point of the game, as they usually seem to. This being a PS2 game no doubt afforded her much more leeway in creativity and musical styling than the previous PSX/PS1 entries in the WA series were capable of. The results were excellent, indeed.
"Ready! Lady Gunner!!" is an event/battle theme heard during special circumstances, usually signifying that the lead heroine of the game, Virginia Maxwell, is standing up against impossible odds, in the name of truth, justice, and the Filgaian way.
No, really. She talked like that a lot. Also mentioned wings quite frequently. And, uh... um... huh. You know, I don't really remember a lot about her, other than a hilarious quote that doesn't apply in this situation. She was an okay character, don't get me wrong, but I have seen better female leads (or even NPCs). Raquel Applegate, or Yuna, for example.
Well! Um... guess I'll just... er... end this description a little early. Sorry, Virginia! You, uh, sure looked good in purple? No, that sounds stupid. Oh! Oh oh oh! I know. She was an excellent dual-pistol wielder; don't see too many of them around. Yes, good show, good show indeed.
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