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SaGa Frontier - Last Battle: T260G ~ VS Genocide Heart [Extended w/ DL Link]
November 17, 2011
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.
Amid ever shifting virtual cyberscapes and ominous multiple screens of carnage, an epic battle unfolds! Alkahest here, host of Amateur Extension Theater 2,000, ready to fight for the future of the human race.
Released for the Sony Playstation in 1,997, SaGa Frontier is part of Square's lesser known "SaGa" franchise, and one of the few I've ever had the pleasure of playing. It featured a cast of seven different protagonists, each with a different story to tell. Newly reassembled and suffering from memory degradation issues, T260G searches for clues as to its top priority secret mission, and to unravel the mystery of the RB3...
'Last Battle: T260G' is indeed the final boss theme for T260G's scenario. Genocide Heart, the merciless AI system that governs the world-obliterating RB3 and serves as its core, must be destroyed. But when have evil AI programs ever gone down without a fight? Best hope you came prepared, T260G, else you and your party will indeed have NO FUTURE.
A while back, I stated Kenji Ito was very well known for his battle themes. This here's one of the best examples of why, and indeed, is probably in the top five boss themes from SaGa Frontier. Maybe even -the- best? Even Battle #5 doesn't get me as pumped as Last Battle: T260G, and that's saying quite a bit. From the moment it begins, you can just tell it's gonna be an epic tune, and it does not disappoint in the slightest.
Hard to believe it's the end of the road already. I've had a fun week, how about you? Except for the doom-lasers bouncing off a bunch of computer screens? Yeah, I know what you mean. Seems this battle truly is the last. But even if successful, does T260G have any future to look forward to? The answer to that, is...
... is pretty obvious, that's what it is! Why did I pause like that, anyway? Huh. Oh well. Tune in next time for a memory of childhood, and a light not entirely unlike a lighthouse. (Eh? Two ending themes in a row? Yeah, sure, you betcha!) Take care, friends. Hope you've enjoyed as always, and may God bless.
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You know, those computer screens of Genocide Heart's are surprisingly resilient. What with the laser beams of doom repeatedly bouncing off them and all. Almost makes you wonder why they didn't just make Genocide Heart out of the same materi- oy, oy! Why would I even suggest that?! It's a tough enough fight as it is!