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FFF: Duo

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Nov 9, 2001 | 3:03 AM EST
  • Daily 2nd Place November 10, 2001

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    Final Fighting Fantasy An experiment in Flash storytelling following the main characters from Final Fantasy just after the games have ended.

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The FFF series has a new homepage, click the site link at left or jump to

Next in the series following Epic. Tryed something new and used alot of keyframes to better dictate movement in the characters. Other then that the story continues towards its eventfull conclusion (to your dislike or pleasure)



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I really love this episode! I think it may be my favorite in the whole series! It's mostly because we get such good character development. I'm so glad to remember Ceres' name. I'm hoping to recall Locke and Shadow. I just like characters named Locke.

It's a "Lost" reference, get it? Well, "Lost" won't air until years later. We really got into the psychology of the characters. The fight scenes were also very nicely done. It holds up very well.

SplashKhat responds:

I liked Lost. I would have loved it but they saved most of the killing for the season finale's and the final season. Much of which was senseless. FFF kills someone every chapter!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Script was a bit weird

Some of the script didn't make much sense. Plot holes if you will. If Shadow killed off his emotions then why did he say he was riddled with Pain and wanted to die ? Pain is emotion. Locke basically lied when he said he was one with his emotions as it was shown to be untrue earlier. Ahh....great series but the plot holes man the plot holes! Why would Locke give back Masamune when he needs it to save the world? He said that's what he was going to do before the Flash ended. He needs the Masamune for that lewl. Owell. I'm trying to not let this eat me raw. The overall bit of the Flash was great and very inspring.

I wish to see more! 9/10

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Good As Usual..


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Hmm. I'm torn. Really.

I am really, really torn. You killed Gogo, who's one of my favorite characters. On the other hand, you did it in a way that was pretty stylish. And on the OTHER, OTHER hand, you killed Strago, who I do not like one bit.

Hmm. I'll just give you a 6 and call it a day.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Emotions over anger.

Really good movie.

Edge not wanting to kill Shadow because he doesn't want to grow up like Shadow.

make more if you would