For months, Ubisoft Paris and its neighbor, French bank BNP, have been firing Post-It Note video game characters bank and forth, a lone Space Invader on an Ubisoft employee’s window sparking a competition that quickly grew out of hand. Earlier this month we documented the battle here on Kotaku. The two sides’ creations were impressive, as was their dedication…
Standing a massive three stories tall, this paper pixel version of the assassin Ezio has given up his stealthy ways in order to deliver a message to the folks at BNP: You shall not win this battle. Lay down your Post-Its and go back to work.
AN EZIO MADE OF POST-ITS.
AN EZIO MADE OF POST-ITS
I am dug from the rubble, and cut from the kill: I keep seeing people call FFIX “lighthearted” and ??????I’m pretty...
I keep seeing people call FFIX “lighthearted” and ??????
I’m pretty sure there’s more mass genocide in that game than in most of the other Final Fantasies. Plus one of the major questions the game poses is “what is the value of life?” Um.
You see Garnet’s mother die.Cleyra is wiped off the map. Burmecia is sacked. Alexandria is torn apart. Lindblum is brought to its knees. Hundreds of black mages fall by your own hand, and many more by their short lifespans. An entire world is destroyed. Garland dies. Vivi possiblydies. Kuja possibly dies.
Vivi’s grandfather wanted to eat him. Freya’s lover can’t remember who she is, and by the end she doesn’t love him anymore, even if he her wants to. An entire race of people (the summoners) were wiped out. Garland has produced a bunch of “soulless” bodies and Gaia is a parasitical vessel for Terra.
Having a cute-sy artstyle doesn’t make it cutsie.