Andrew Kaufmann's hit a bit of bad luck, unfortunately.
His computer's power supply was fried by a power outage, so I'll be
hosting the Q&AK for a couple of days. For now, please email questions directly to me.
what do they mean "in the pipeline?" and write a nicer
review of BoF3!
For those that haven't noticed, pen pen is referring to
the news story confirming Suikoden II for a North American release. pen
pen, when they say "in the pipeline," they mean that it's in that little
pipe that they send games through across the ocean from Japan to the
United States. Basically, they're planning to translate it and release
it here. It's just corporate lingo.
You want me to lie and change my review? I can't do
that to you guys! I'm dedicated to forc--err, sharing my most humble
opinion with the readers.
Just one quick question:
Why doesn't RPGamer have MP3s?
We don't have MP3s because the distribution of
copyrighted material is horribly and terrifyingly illegal. As our FAQ
states, the life outside of a jail cell suits us just fine.
And so it was written in the Book of Biglick 5:12-13
(It's at the back of the Bible, I swear!) 12 And the mighty sex god
AndrewK's machine of power shalt bite the dust ... 13 And the glorious
messiah (in other words, Brian) shall reign supreme over the Heaven of
the Earth (in others words, Q&AK) ... It has been prophesied our great
messiah Big Lick Brian would rise again from AndrewK's takeback! We stand
behind you brother Big Lick, go forward to your rightful throne at
RPGamer! Head of the Church of Big Lick, www.biglick.org
Ha ha...Takuhi, your zany antics never fail to amuse and amaze me. Now
please, stay far, far away from my house. The last time you
spray-painted a giant tongue on my garage, the neighbors started to look
at me funny.
Dear Brian Glick, I was wondering if you could find
out if the game "Evo" for super nintendo was an rpg or not. I remember it
having an rpgish aura to it. It would really, really mean alot if you
could find this out for me.
Nope, sorry. E.V.O. was not an RPG, it was more of an
adventure/action type of game, with points and levels. You were able to
make some options as to how you "evolved", but that's about as far as the
role-playing aspects of the game went.
Pity a poor uni-lingual player. What are the
characters in Breath of Fire
3 yelling during their attacks and spells? (Besides "Ki-yah!" and "Ugh!"
:P) Most of them sound like the spell's name.
(Who likes curly hair. ;))
I'm uni-lingual, too! Well, not really; I know French
as well. But I don't know too much Japanese.
Anyway, I'm not too sure what they're yelling in the
game. I'd imagine that it is the spell name, and it certainly is a cool
feature while you're playing. Anyone care to confirm this for me?
You like curly hair? Well, you can't have mine! I
like it just where it is. (...That's what you meant by that comment,