Chris Martin - March 10th '02- 2:00 Eastern Standard Time|
Arrrrrrrrrrrrrrgh! What the hell happened to the weather? It was a beautiful day yesterday.
'lo the warm climes were swept away by a frigid gale off of the lake. March is like one big manic-depressive month.
In other scientific news, I've discovered that alcohol can result in reduced awareness of life's problems. Hooray!
My knowledge of Japanese: "Hello!", "Goodbye!", "Stop it!", "Idiot!", and "Oh no, more tentacles!"
Here is one of the many letters you've probably gotten regarding the
Squaresoft-Nintendo thing. Anyway, right now I couldn't care less about the
possibilities of new games in the future, I'm more hoping that they'll port
those wonderswan remakes over to GBA, and then we will have an English
version of FF2 and 3. If this happens, I can finally have some free time,
for I'll no longer have a reason to spend so many hours trying to learn
Fans are drooling in anticipation of the possibility of a GBA port of the Wonderswan games. It's entirely possible, and Square might do it if they think they could make some cash. Who knows? The future might even hold portable versions of FFIV, VI, or Chrono Trigger. However, this is all speculation. Square might think, "Why waste time doing a remake of an old game that will result in mediocre sales when we can produce the 'Next Big Thing(tm)'?"
Alsom don't let it slip to your sensei that you're only studying Japanese for that reason. My friend accidentally leaked that he chose Japanese so he could watch anime without subtitles, and he still gets odd looks from his prof.
One of these things is not like the other...
The quote was from FF9 when Garnet was telling the
story of the person to get Rahmuh to be her summon.
Now for some questions,
1. What should I play I have FFX, PE2, and Lunar 2
all on hold and was wondering what to play.
2. How is the RPG front looking for the Gamecube I
know that Square will finnaly be making games for it
but will their be anything else worth playing?
Thanks that will be all.
You know, there just might be a way to bring him
1. Lunar 2 is my favorite of those three. Final Fantasy X is also a lot of fun, if not on the complete other end of the whole technical brilliance scale. (I'm pretty sure Auron has a higher poly-count than I do.)
PE2, however is kinda stinky by all accounts: poor controls, and nothing new to the table.
2. With Square signed on, its a whole new ballgame. Patience, my padawan learner. The news shall come...
8 pieces of triforce, 6 crystal statues, 3 pendants, 7 crystals, 8 sacred instruments, 3 jewels, 7 medallions... and room left over for a juicer in Link's belt pouch.
I read your "thesis" on the Zelda timeline earlier today, and figured that
I'd throw in a piece of information you might find useful, since you've put
quite a bit of effort into this as it is... ^_^
I was reading through Nintendo's own strategy guide to Link's Awakening (You
know, from the Nintendo Power line), and it contained the following passage:
"Link's Awakening tells the tale of the hero of A Link to the Past and how
after his first great victory he set out on a mission of training, to hone
his skills, sharpen his wits and master techniques of battle from around the
world...When he felt ready to return to Hyrule, he bought a small sailboat
and headed across the Great Hyrulean Sea. The journey ended in a storm that
crushed and sank Link's ship"
It then goes on to detail the story of LA. Now, I know even Nintendo
occasionally went back on its original definitions of the timeline, but I
just thought I'd add two cents, since yours is one of the most rationalized
organizations of events I've ever seen.
The whole thing's been retconned and re-written so many times that it's all one big, green, pointy-eared mess. I got my info from Zelda.com, which appears to be nintendo's effort to reconcile all of the stories.
Now, if you ask me to reconcile the Super Mario Bros. timeline, I'll come to your house and murder your pets.