Final Fantasy Tactics Advance was the first Final Fantasy game I ever played. In hindsight, I can't think of a better game to start off with — the game itself is the most geared towards children out of the entire series, and I was in the perfect age group for it. It's no real surprise that I poured hundreds of hours into it.
FFTA is a game that holds a special place in my heart, and there's so much about it that I cherish. I love all of the different jobs; I love the characters, I love the gorgeous backdrops. The Ivalice in this game may be imaginary, but it was a world that inspired me in countless ways. And, of course, I love the gameplay to no end.
I named this song after song lyrics from the ONE OK ROCK song "Kaimu;" the song talks about the idea that the world was created by something and all within it are merely the playthings of the creator. One of the lines included the phrase "children's games," and it stuck with me because the game itself is childish in its artwork and storyline, but also in that it is the entire world of a child. It also refers to the fact that the game itself is marketed towards a younger demographic.
The images used in the layout and codes came from Creative Uncut, and the brush used for the background is from the now-defunct Aethereality. The handwriting texture is by me.
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