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Do You Come With the Car? February 18, 2009
Past Updates: 02.11.09 | 02.04.09 | 01.28.09

When is it More Than Transport? (Spoilers) Mike 'JuMeSyn' Moehnke

Editorial Excerpt:

"I'm going to tell a little story now. This story involves three characters named Vyse, Aika, and Fina. Many readers will recognize these names, and I choose them because the game they star in happens to be one that I have played four times and enjoyed greatly on each of those occasions. To any readers who do not recognize the names, just keep reading. And yes, this would count as a very mild spoiler for the game in question."

From the Editor's Desk

I blame Omegabyte for the title this week. He reminded me of one of my favourite Simpsons episodes the other night. I've been working the International Auto Show now for the past few days, and for the record, I am not a booth babe, nor do I come with the car. I don't think too many people would want to see this editor in a bikini. Let's not picture this. I never mentioned that. Be gone!

One thing I will miss though, outside of the protesters, PETA and other hijinks, is that the car that was placed right in front of my office. While I don't drive or have a particular interest in cars, I do love seeing the classic cars every year while I work. The eye candy in front of my office was the 1961 Mako Shark this year. Yeah, seeing this every day was rather exciting.

Anyways, I'm struggling to complete Rune Factory 2. Boredom has set in and the game has been close to putting me to sleep. On the other hand, I have been plowing hours into Final Fantasy IV DS, which I will hopefully complete by the end of the month. I am really enjoying this game, but the difficultly spikes are quite all over the place. I haven't had to do as much grinding as I thought I would.

One editorial this week! JuMeSyn returns to share a piece on vehicles in RPGs. This piece is a really interesting read, but be forewarned, there are some spoilers, though I assure you, dear readers, they aren't too drastic. Anyways, I'm going back to my scheduled nap now. Remember to submit! I love the content, and I will see you all next week.

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