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FFT War of the Lions is one that's only a few seconds long, but I watch it every time because I love the moment when the intro becomes the title screen.
It's so good!
the ps2 really was the era for this kind of thing, huh? (like many things about that era, it seems like the highest intersection between "technology making this possible and effective" and "games still having stuff like this before it increasingly started getting skipped over as a supposedly superfluous element") i watched the intro for romancing saga: minstrel song a bunch of times while playing it this year for a similar reason (though it's certainly not quite the same), with the intro showing so much of the world and characters and conveying the charm of the game before fading into the title screenAnimating that giant Amano brush stroke right as Prologue hits its climax feels like such a bold, ecstatic declaration. The music and graphics are screaming, "This is what Final Fantasy means!"
When I was in Japan about 10 years ago, copies of Chrono Trigger were so cheap that I bought one just so I could occasionally put it in my Super Nintendo and let the attract mode run. Money well spent!
Ah, right, yes. That's the one. This is the title screen I hear in my dreams.I don't know, I can't say I've really lingered at a title screen all that long in recent memoBABA YETU YETU ULIYE MBINGUNI YETU YETU AMINA, BABA YETU YETU ULIYE JINA LAKO LITUZUZWE