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It was Harle talking to Serge in Vipor Manor in Chrono Cross. *gives a bitchin' thumbs-up/smile*
|I love that quote. You get the nod for giving where the obvious quote happens. ~!|
You can always switch to Henry V, which has plenty of good material for fighting and whatnot. "Once more into the breach, dear friends!" -Inbar
PS: What's your favorite Shakespeare? I've always liked Othello, 'cause the big I is my idol and all ^_^.
|Henry the Fifth is a classic despite all of the gushing patriotism contained therein. I like Hamlet, though I have trouble picking my favorite play of Willie's. Hamlet, Merchant of Venice, Richard III, and a couple others. If you're looking for a good play written by one of Will Shakes's contemporaries: I pick "The Knight of the Burning Pestle" by Beaumant. It's about an acting company that wants to do a play about a grocer, when a real grocer comes up from the audience and becomes offended because he's upset that the actors will give everyone a false impression of grocers. They try to make them do another play, and the whole thing turns into a big spoof on Elizabethan drama: easily as funny as "As You Like It."|
You probably got alot of this after the Square-Nintendo announcement. But do you think its a pretty safe bet to say that PS2 will still receive all the FFs because of Sony's share of stock?
|I can't really give a perfect prediction, but I think it would be pretty stupid if Square stopped developing for the PS2 considering the popularity of the system. That's a chance to make beaucoup bucks, and I'm not even a professional economist. Let's just say, I really hope Square continues producing for the PS2 and the Game Cube.|
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Not so profound, but not as easy.
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