Some stories are just too good you don’t want them to ever end. You’ll want to spend as much time with the characters you have come to care about, or the world is just too amazing not to stay in it a little bit longer.
This is how I felt about the video game Final Fantasy XV. It’s one of the few games that stuck with me after I finished it and I welcomed the new content they kept adding onto it. When Square Enix announced the cancellation of their planned DLCs for episodes Aranea, Lunafreya, and Noctis, I was disappointed. I was really looking forward to playing them. When a book was later announced to finish up the story of the main game, I was quick to buy it as soon as it came out.
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Recently I finished reading a book I bought on Amazon called, Warriors of Legend: Reflections of Japan in Sailor Moon Unauthorized by Jay Navok and Sushil K. Rudranath. Published in 2006, the book’s back cover summary states that the “book views Japanese society through the lens of Sailor Moon.” The book covers a range of topics from the familiar locations referenced in the manga/anime to the Greek and Roman mythologies that inspired Naoko Takeuchi’s series. To some extent, the authors make a comparison between manga vs. anime, what remains similar and what differs greatly.
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