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Soniman

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Soniman last won the day on February 28 2014

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    Sonic (of course), Zelda, Mega Man, Jak and Daxter, Ratchet and Clank, Nintendo in general, drawing, listening to music, etc
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  1. P5 final boss spoilers 

    you know, I would've been cool with President Shido being the final boss but they really had to do the jrpg trope of giant robot God angel as the final boss I guess. I didn't necessarily go into the game expecting constant subversions but damn it does not gel with the rest of the games tone at all and feels kinda lazy making the ills of society solely due yo one big bad guy 

    1. Adamabba

      Adamabba

      FF9 (and P5) spoilers

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      the last game I beat before P5 was FF9 and when I saw P5's final boss I was like "damn I just beat an evil God 2 months ago. small world"

       

    2. Polkadi~☆

      Polkadi~☆

      Spoiler

      Society as a whole has a distorted desire, and Mementos is it’s palace. The collective unconcious materialised as Yaldabaoth, fighting to keep everything the same, even when it’s hurting them.

      Though fighting a God seems ridiculous, the game does set it up well enough. It’s not that a God is controlling humanity, it’s that humanity created a God to control them.

       

    3. Sega DogTagz

      Sega DogTagz

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      Which in of itself is a frightening hot take on society. People want to be subjected to the status quo because they don't want to have to face the reality of dealing with their true selves. Thats why they willingly gave in to Yalda, and why it took such a powerful wildcard to overcome him. An entire games's worth of changing hearts (both the main missions and momentos side gigs) was preparing the hearts and minds of society at large to abandon the paradigm and make the jump.

      One of the bad endings for the game is accepting the status quo - even after all the struggling you did to change it.

       

       

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