And this is why I never have Cait Sith in my party
So, naturally, I've been playing Final Fantasy 7 recently. Dont care that it's considered a hype machine: anything containing a guy with a gun for an arm and a rowdy drunk wannabe-astronaut is worth the hype in my books. And anyone who thinks my portrayal of Tifa's 'assets'
is a tad over the top, you have clearly not played Final Fantasy 7
Something I regrettably noticed was that I keep making the main character of my comics me
, meaning that I never really DEVELOP a character, or a character's personality. So instead of a comic about me playing Cloud, I picture Cloud himself as a miserable, whiny, luckless teenager ...
... oh wait
I sort of butchered this joke: my punchline-telling is going downhill (Brain of Inyuo: funny -1). Though I guess you could apply the principle to any game in the Final Fantasy series, as they almost all '
arty up' in the same way.
I'm just looking forward to the look of dismay on your face when you find out this isnt a Nintendo comic
At least I thought the title was funny