That's a two-year-old comment, and I wish I had worded it less like the assumptious douche I was back then. »
A boat that players have no business visiting has a code to crack, opening the boat and revealing the sequel hook Easter egg within.
It's basically City's equivalent to the blueprints found in Asylum. You won't find it unless you know exactly where to look. »
The mind reels at how much this sentence needs clarification. There already are heterosexual badass space marine couples in games, but it's the non-heterosexual ones that suffer the frustrated wails of man-children. »
And yet the bride didn't dress up as the obviously popular Lightning, best and forever perfect character across all demographics (who read Famitsu) to sing praises for until the end of time?! What kind of Final Fantasy fans ARE they?! Scandalous! »
I remember Final Fantasy XII. It was the one with more than two competent, responsible adults in your party who didn't melodrama their emotions every cutscene. »
Players would have an easier time protecting the holy cookie jar with online multiplayer, that's for sure. »
If he were wearing a blue and gold everything, I'd think he went to WVU. Most of the students would use "fucking" to articulate something as unintense as a spring breeze. And then spit. »