Googleshng - January 22 '03- 2:00 Eastern Standard Time
A good while ago, Blizzard successfully sued a movie for being called
Diablo, as they somehow managed to get ahold of the copyright on a spanish word. It just occurred to me
what a dangerous precident that sets up for Steven King... oh smurf, I said it. Ack! I said it again!
"Hey! I may be ugly and hate filled but... what was that last part?"
I know it! Moe says it on the simpsons after some one insults him on his bad
As for a question for this Q & A, what do you the latest trend on
settings in great RPG's will be? See, Xenosaga and .hack//infection are
placed in techo settings like advanced space colonies and cyberspace while
Zelda:Wind Waker and Everquest Adventures are based in medieval technological
cultures. My question is what setting do you think cool RPGs are going to be
placed in majorly?
You can bank on the majority of RPGs always taking place in a fantasy setting, just like you can bank
on the average horror movie taking place in a small town in the middle of nowhere. The setting just works
for the genre.
"Cool" RPGs on the other hand, that's another story. If you enjoy originality and creativity in your
games, odds are you'll gravitate more towards the games where people experiment with different settings
I answered the drooling bit yesterday.
To Maester Google ::Fayth sings::
Doesn't it bother you that the last "latest release" was over a month ago? On top of that, all the RPGs for the next quarter are being plopped down at nearly the same time. Oh, cruel fate, why do you mock me!?
OK, enough of THAT nonsence...
Anyhow, is there one or two RPG(s) that you're looking forward to above the rest? Just curious.
My special attack: Bandiger Spin!!!
Erm... not really.
Yes, it is somewhat annoying how game releases are always clumped together. The logic goes a bit like
this though. Publisher A sez "I'm all for everyone staggering games out evenly, as long as my game hits
the shelves first so people don't run out of money first." So does Publisher B, C, D, etc.
In fairness though, you can always space out when you play those games over the next release lull.
"the game saves you the trouble of watching it play out and just gives you
the cash and money"
Was someone a little tired while writing that? ;)
Hoping it's not her webcomic you were talking about.
Clearly. Meant EXP. Anyway, as a general rule I don't click links in letters, so I doubt it was yours.
HOW DO YOU EXPLORE OUTSIDE THE CASTLE? I HAVE COMPLETED THE GAME ALREADY. IS THERE ANY WAY??? LET ME KNOW FOR I LOVE THIS GAME.
THANXS A LOT,
No. Oh, and next time try not to hit capslock before you start typing.
The Last Laugh:
I seem to be suffering from an imbalance of the humours. Perhaps I would benefit from some codliver oil
or a bloodletting... nah, I suppose the modern perscription of soup and kleenex will have to do.