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The year is 2103. Scientists have cloned humans, architects have constructed worldwide Air Transit Systems, and solar harvesting is a huge market. Earth has never seen a better economic and social position in the history of history itself. But recent advances in the study of temporal quantum gravodynamics has created an unstable reality, and the right person in the right place at the right time could discover the gateway to the center of existence. Six people on Earth have a long, epic journey laid out in front of them. A journey of learning, battles, discovery, and ultimately a journey to determine the outcome of existence itself. Completely oblivious to what this journey is, where it leads, or when it begins, they eventually find themselves faced with a problem they must fix if reality is to exist. Prepare to embark on the journey. It begins now.
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Fredrick Arnoy: An amazingly well done prologue for Greg Strnad's upcoming Final Fantasy movie, The Ultimate Epic, and I can hardly wait. The direction is extremely well executed, and it introduces you to one of the greatest stories of all time done in 3DMM. The effects are actually pretty good, a bit dated, but still quite amazing. And although I have never liked midis in 3DMM movies I think they flew well with the action in this prologue, but they did get a tad annoying. Greg did all the voices too, but these are just minor flaws we can all live with when the rest is as great as this. Can't wait for the first saga!
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The recent attack on RICCO Iota has caused great unrest with the UBI. Not only was this attack devastating, but all information surrounding it is shrouded in mystery. In addition, the lead investigators, Jason Karlson and Ellen, feel this attack is more significant than may be initially apparent. Elsewhere, Cid Skywell's disregard for the well-being of the Mind Dwellers he collects drives Geoff Staren, a quiet but very intelligent man, to confront this adversary once and for all. And in the Solar Desert, Karen Anderson must cope with the sudden loss of her entire life's work with the help of her boyfriend, Rick Projjen, the hero of the Great War of the Falcon. The cogs of time have been set into motion, and the fate of existence itself begins to find its way into the hands of six unsuspecting individuals. Clocking in at 104 minutes (one hour and forty-four minutes) and nearly 40 megabytes, Final Fantasy… the Ultimate Epic: The First Saga (Chapters 1-10) is the first sixth of a three-saga tale of existence and reality, and just one piece of the Existential Saga. The real fantasy begins now.
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3DMM Studio: My god! This has to be one of THE most impressive movies I've ever seen! It's been in the making for over 4 years now, and I must admit that I doubted its release. However, Greg has managed to release it with a run time of 70 minutes! [Note: actually, it's more like 100] Explaining the story would be nearly impossible because of all the intricate plot twists and different views (I also don't want to spoil it for you!). The movie is split into chapters where each chapter covers a segment of the movie's story. The characterization of the actors is amazing. Nearly every character has a unique background story. It's actually quite an achievement that Greg has pulled this off. Such detail in characters, so many unexpected twists, it's just too much to review. Animation wise, this movie is great too. Subtle details appear in every scene, from a piano player playing in a café to people living their everyday life. Greg's crafted a real sense of atmosphere, something that is present in almost every second of the movie. Combined with good voice acting and a great MIDI soundtrack, this movie is absolutely one of the best movies ever created in the history of 3DMM. Download this now - you don't want to miss out!
Fredrick Arnoy: After four years of writing and directing, Greg finally finished the first saga of his long awaited Final Fantasy movie. Seeing as it's just an introduction to the real thing (an introduction which lasts for nearly two hours, mind you), it's mostly dialogue and seeing as the first five Chapters each introduce new characters it might require a second watch to get it all… ugh. Don't worry though, it could have been shortened down a bit, but it definitely is worth the long watch. It's a really unique concept and Greg has pulled it off amazingly well. While the animations might look a bit dated at first, you gotta give the director credit for all the effort he's put into the details. Police tape swaying in the wind in the background, foot steps in the sand… things most people just couldn't have been bothered with. It also has one of the best car chases done in 3DMM. Ever. I don't know how many times I've watched it already. Camera pans smoothly, some great combat effects here and there - might not be perfect, but it sure is nicely done! As for the sounds/music, Greg did a really well job with doing all the voice acting himself, but some variation wouldn't hurt. And I know how hard it is to get female voice actors out there, but it would sound much better if you got one ;). The midis didn't really bother me much, and having real orchestra music throughout the whole movie could easily raise the filesize up to the double. Now, I'd really love to explain more about the plot, but quite honestly you're better off checking it out for yourself. It might not be for everyone, but at least give it a try. I know I loved it.