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On that same note, does that mean the farming village was close to being secluded from said grave events? I think it still sounds a bit off. Either it was secluded, or it wasn't. Giving it middle ground means that there was some way to avoid said grave events but circumstances made it otherwise or vice versa. I know it's a small line with a relatively small impact on the entirety of the rest of the game, so...well, you know.


Ah. My mistake.


Bit of a lolita complex?


Ashley Winchester is the name of the male protagonist of a little game known as Wild Arms 2 for the PSX. There are some names that are/were meant to be unisex i.e.: Casey, Jessie, Alex, Avery, and others. I think it's fair to use names freely in RPGs, after all, the community constantly asks for creators to defy conventions.


I don't think you need bridges entering the city. Typically, bridges are only used for people to cross gaps or water. On dry land, you'd only see roads.

Legend of Zelda: Lost Isle

Wow...Spambots like a mofo.


That's a TON of hearts. Definitely the most virile Link in the history of Zelda.


This looks awesome...

I recognize those enemies with the guns! Those are the guys from streets of rage if I'm not mistaken :).

They look like Briareos Hecatonchires from the 2004 animated film Appleseed based on the manga by Shirow Masamune.


The mapping is quite incredible. The shape of the road is very organic and the choice of tree and grass placement is quite remarkable. I also like the tension created by the reds of the character's outfit versus the greens of the map.

That being said, I don't know how to feel about the repeating fallen logs. The repetition in the trees is subtle because the greens blend together very nicely. The logs, however, stand out due to the high contrast created between the color of the log versus the green of the map. This makes it glaringly obvious that they are, in fact the same log.