So I happened to be looking through the Dragon Quarter art book the other day and came across the top images, which depict a headless “Nina” skeleton cradling another skeleton. Lo and behold, it’s in the game too, only you can hardly see it through the fence. But you can still make out the red of her wings. You wouldn’t even realize what it was until you saw the sketch.
I love noticing new things about my favorite game. I never really thought about it before, but why are there so many skeletons in this room? It is BioCorp after all, it’s probably just a dumping ground for all the human test subjects, and we know there are more “Ninas” after all…
If anyone who knows Japanese would like to translate, I’d be very happy.
I finally got this in the mail yesterday. The video game, not my dog. I’m very happy that the game didn’t get lost in the mail. It was just a couple of days late for some reason. I’ll play it after I finish Panzer Dragoon Saga for the third time this year.
I swear, every time I get some fancy weapon to be identified (freaking 5+ of them), I would either past the identifying person (and can’t go back) or fight a boss battle then go through 3 floor maps to get to one!!!!!!! Same with a save station (and its with either no save token or any if I had to restart my previous saves)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Augh…… why are you so impossible sometimes Dragon Quarter??????!!!!!!!!!!!!
So, I ate a sourdough pretzel, I have some Jamba Juice, and I just bought a PSP AND PS2 copy of Shadow of Destiny and a PS2 copy of Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter. (I also got Illusion of Gaia for SNES.)
This is the scary Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter game over screen I mentioned earlier. If I did get this game around the time it came out and I saw that, I would probably have never wanted to play the game again. One of the comments on this video says, “That is like the most terrifying game over screen, ever!”
The game should get here on Thursday. I look forward to playing it. I want to try to beat it, no matter how frustrated I get with it.