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I think it's because he's comfortable in his own skin. He embraces his look wholeheartedly, and he's created a very consistent aesthetic. He looks so much better than those Street Etiquette guys, who I've come to realize don't know how to dress themselves.
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I think this was a pretty good Bene fit:
He'll be trading it all away for lab coats and comfortable shoes pretty soon, anyway.
In this case, the camera angle is as good as you can get. I mean, it's straight ahead.
You might be right about the pants. The jacket has very defined lines, but the pants look loose. But also I think it's the cuff of the jacket, or, the lack of shirt cuff. It looks kind of strange, since the cuffs are short.Now look at Mellow Fellow. He's also wearing a sweater under a jacket, but you can see the shirt cuffs, and it doesn't look as odd.
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I think it would have to have been Noah. It would explain not showing him in the previous episode, since the audience wouldn't know who he was. And it obviously wouldn't be anyone else, as there would be no reason not to show them.
The game was hard. At least it was on the Playstation. Not impossible, just more of a challenge. Certainly harder than FFVII, whose combat system doesn't require much strategy. I think the game gets bogged down in the job system, a bit.
With Tactics, I found the game started off really hard. Every boss battle I'd win I would barely be clinging to life by the end. I'd spend a lot of time getting into random encounters in order to boost my HP/MP, etc. Because of this, I don't really remember the story all that well, as too much time would pass between chapters. Also, once you reach a certain part of the game, it becomes too easy. The final boss is really lame, and when it tells you "congratulations! This...
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