Message - Re: futurism a prophecy!

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Posted by  Per Corell on October 07, 2002 at 00:13:05:

In Reply to:  Re: futurism a prophecy! posted by BRUTUS on October 06, 2002 at 14:03:22:

Matrix go further than G.OW. as the mind become a prison, but Final Fantasy even the story are as thin as most sci-fictions work witin a very facinating style , --- reson I prefere Final Fantasy is that I find the sceens more "beautifull" , more visionary and in one sense even the story are very alian also more realistic about the tools we will se with more poverfull micro chip based technology. I like the story as it show a future world with a lot of "spirit" , quite dangouras in the sense that a very different dimension are suddenly relesed and unprepared what solve the "war" are a very different "fight" . Matrix work more narrow with a fight against a very simple enemy where Final fantasy offer a very different conflict both are stuffed with action scenes but there ar a whole more poetry in Final fantasy.
We seen a lot of these sci-fiction have a great impack on what we expect in terms of tech. develobment, but where the early sci-fictions focus on what the technology will provide, the later make room for other impack on our minds and way's to intergrate the technology with our life and feelings. Guess it simply are the focus on the softer issues with Final fantasy and the focus on the hardware that facinate with Matrix. ------ Anyway what's nice about all this, is that if you don't buy a CD you could get these by download, then if you are satisfied with a computer screen you are missing somthing ;))

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