The lights are on
Nobuo Uematsu, the composer behind Final Fantasy's most memorable music, wrote an e-book, and it's available now.
The book is called Blik-0 1946 and is available to purchase now on iTunes for $9.99. The book is about a sentient robot figuring out how to live among humans. Along with writing the book, Uematsu also composed the companion music.
Uematsu wrote the book for readers to, "recognize the happiness you can find in everyday life, which you often ignore because they are too close to you, and the importance of kindness and respect to others."
Our TakeIt's nice to see Uematsu stretching his creative legs and trying out some different mediums of artistic expression. The story is certainly different from the typical Final Fantasy world threatening good versus evil stories that Uematsu's music is typically connected to.
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Cool, I'll be sure to check it out
What a freaking genius this guy is. His music has helped scape the video game industry, possibly more than any other one person out there. Its just too bad that Square Enix has gone so far downhill lately; I'll always be nostalgic for the "good ol days" whenever I catch a tune from one of the PS1 and earlier Final Fantasies.
This looks really cool!
"Bicentennial Man"! Ouch, the feels are coming back. :'(
Nobuo Uematsu, the composer behind some of Videogamings most memorable music. FTFY!
Awwwwww thats nice!
Seems like an innocent enough story, knowing the person behind it I will have to give it a read!
This is epic news and sounds like an incredible story with an equally level of music. ^_^
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