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The Last Laugh:... and that my friends was just out of the mail I received TODAY. Quite tame compared to some of the other letters I've seen over the years, or heck, even the last couple months. Some are downright hysterical, so it's a shame my mailbox purged'em all like I mentioned Friday.
Anyway though, I got a lot of good mail to which I'll be printing much of tomorrow. Also tomorrow, Bullets McDeath will be here again.
For those of you who forgot or weren't here however long I started this, if you send Bullets one of the games he's looking for, then you'll get to guest host for a while, and have a random reader send YOU a game YOU'VE been looking for. The current request list: Super Mario Advance 2, or the GBA version of Breath of Fire.
Oh, and some things I should probably address before I go:
To the staggering number of you who wrote in regarding that equation in yesterday's column title, that "!=" was C notation for "not equal to", not "factorial, equal to"
People saying they read elsewhere that the FF7-9 remakes were "put on indefinite hold" and not "cancelled" should note that when talking about remakes, the two terms mean the exact same thing. Sure, they might go back and remake them later, but the plans they had to remake them in the near future were cancelled.
Many many people responding to something over the weekend I read over pointed out that certain brands of 3rd party memory cards, particularly those with extra capacity, suck bigtime. I believe that's common knowledge. A couple also pointed out that Japanese PS2 memory cards work in U.S. PS2s, which is less common knowledge.
Finally, MANY people happened to ask for GBA RPG recommendations. You'll get some tomorrow.
Evil Googleshng "Good, bad, I'm the one with the gun." @rpgamer.com
I didn't know an ear could sneeze. That's a surreal sight.
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