Final Fantasy Union: Episode 179

Are Love Stories Gone From Final Fantasy?

Written by — 04 Sep 2018

With Final Fantasy constantly changing in almost every regard, with respect to the narrative, are love stories now a thing of the past?

That's out main topic for today, as we take a look through how the franchise tackled romantic relationships in the earlier iterations and how they've been tackled in the more recent ones.

We also have a rather lengthy question from the community where we run-through some of our favourite pieces of music from the franchise and the stories as to why certain pieces stand out!

Hopefully it's an insightful episode!

It's an action-packed episode full of plenty of discussions!

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