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Old 05-12-2005, 05:16 PM   #1
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Default Saw final fantasy Advent children

All i can say is mind blowng=)
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Is it out in Canada yet?
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Yup FF:AC rocked, not sure about it being more realistic but it sure was cool and the effects were pretty good too

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Cloud's Omnislash looked awesome
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The film is mental especially the fight scences and big swords, didnt no it existed till i saw the post on here.

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Yup FF:AC rocked, not sure about it being more realistic but it sure was cool and the effects were pretty good too

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Mr. Nomura (the director) stated a while back that he didnt want to make them look realistic, personally I think they fit it pretty well with the original character art he made for the original ffvii back in 1997
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"Cloud's Omnislash looked awesome!"

Everyone keeps saying that the move was Omnislash which would make perfect sense being the move that "killed" Sephiroth and all but how can it be Omnislash? It looked so different, which is ok, but it's a move that only this sword could perform seeing as how it split into all of the different swords. I just don't know...
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