When I was a teenager, I believed in a lot of fringe ideas that I’ve long since rejected by now. Never really that strongly (it only took one major failed prediction for me to stop believing in psychic prophecy), but I was “pretty sure” about a lot of things where what I’d say now would range from “very unlikely” to “definitely not”.
I never really took the specific claims of ufologists as seriously as cryptozoology or even the Bermuda triangle, but I did read a lot of UFO books and think there was probably something unexplained that people were seeing. (Technically I’d still say there are unexplained UFOs; the belief I’ve rejected is the “all ordinary explanations have been ruled out” claim.)
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What else comes after the final boss?
“Final boss music”
A good final boss theme should fill you with determination.
“Music that makes you nostalgic”
Of course it was the NES game I had when I was a kid.
“Music from a handheld game”
I’ve already had a few of those; the Bravely Default boss theme might even be the best thing on this whole list. But even the original Gameboy had some very good music.
“Music from a game you haven’t played”
I would play Getter Robo Daikessen, if I could play it in English.
“Music that gets you pumped”
Also music to get slaughtered by.
“Music you constantly have stuck in your head”
This is the Genesis-est music ever.
Don’t usually see Digimon games mentioned when video game music comes up.