Halloween weekend just wouldn't be as fun without being able to go around and knocking on door to get candy. RPGamer and Natsume have decided to help feed your sweet tooth with copies of Adventures to Go for the PlayStation Portable. Since Adventures to Go is published by Natsume, wannabe adventurers should get ready to dive deep into RPGamer dungeons to find the following items related to Natsume games. All answers can be found in the RPGamer dungeons, but some might be trickier and vaguer than others so watch the wording.
Vague Scavenger Quest Clues
- 1. Cars don't have HP! Well, they do in this game. If you meet a guy that looks a bit drugged-up trying to sell you car parts, how much money would you have left after buying a Vulcan?
- 2. Fishing in color is hard, but not impossible. What might be impossible is packing together and listing the missing ten numbers: 7 ##### ##### 3.
- 3. Farming and Big Pimpin' are not two things you usually expect to see together, but if you travel back far enough you should be able to get a better picture of what it looks like. What is the nickname of the one responsible for this pairing?
- 4. If you used an ancient partial script to learn about the story of this 1990s Natsume-published RPG, in which location would you be left clowning around?
- 5. When the legend returned, some things didn't exactly ad up. If they did ad up, you would know that heroes are now able to master skills and techniques in what new system?
- 6. When adventuring, you'll often run into enemies with odd names. Sometimes the enemy has to change its name, much like a certain portable game had to do when moving to Japan. What was the american title?
- 7. Female adventures are on the rise, even those that are up in years. Link me to the review that proclaims how awesome dating a cougar is.
- 8. If I wanted to watch a quick clip about futuristic farming, how many seconds should I set aside?
- 9. This adorable little dual screen game will have you giving necklaces or broaches to guys. What subsection did the official RPGamer review rate the highest?
- 10. If you were playing a Japanese game called Chuumon Shiyouze! Oretachi no Sekai, are you able to tell me the official English translated name for the hero?
Once you are done trick or treating, make sure to drop your candy off here for us to check it out for you. If you've done well in your adventures, your name will be tossed into the large RPGamer Jack-O-Lantern for a chance to win. Just email us at email@example.com with Adventures in the subject line before Mon, Nov. 2, 2009 5PM ET. In the email, be sure to include your full name, mailing address, any comments you wish to leave, and all the answers requested above. Questions about the contest should be directed to the message boards, not to the contest email address.
Note: Like all good dungeons, you'll run into barriers along the way and the RPGamer dungeon is no exception. If you can't find what you're looking for one way, try another way. Also, if no one gets all of the questions correct, it will be up to RPGamer as to how to handle the awarding of prizes.
RPGamer would like to thank Natsume for the prizes for this contest. This contest is open to US and Canadian readers this time around, so ready your swords and begin your adventure. Also, make sure to follow RPGamer on Twitter for a chance to win more prizes as the month continues.
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