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Hello everyone! I’m moving soon and so I’m sorting through my stuff, and I came across these pages from a Play Magazine cover story about Okami from March 2006. Thought I’d scan them in for y’all bc it’s really interesting to see what the opinions were from nearly 11 years ago.

The article and interview transcriptions are below the cut, just in case you can’t see the pictures properly. Note: I have transcribed most of the article as it appears in the magazine. The exceptions are that I broke up an exceedingly long paragraph in the main article and inserted like two brief notes on English translations.

Okami: Capcom’s wolf in celestial clothing is a breed apart

By Dave Halverson (Cover story, Play Magazine, March 2006)

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gardenofcomets  asked:

I don't understand Harry's bio? do you mind explaining?

- A bearding pic has been released. Louis and Eleanor (with Perrie and Zayn) on a boat. (bonus: look at that man’s face)

- In the meantime Harry has changed his twitter bio.

As icanhazzalou pointed out, gammon is “the rope lashing or iron hardware to attach a mast to a boat or ship.”

- We do know Harry and Louis’ relatonship with nautical themes (Strong, ship and compass, rope and anchor, rose and dagger..)

- So by changing his twitter bio, Harry he’s likely doing at least three things

  • Resuming their nautical copyright. “Nobody puts my nautical ship on a corner!”
  • Warning us about the bearding stunt. Once upon a time, there were the lyric tweets. Lately he’s becoming more graphic (This is what happened just a week ago with his twitter pic and Elounor window stunt. So, warning twitter changes: it’s a thing!)
  • As at-your-liberty said, telling us that “He’s looking for something solid, steady, to help steer him and keep him moving forward, not something insubstantial, harmful and ultimately worthless. Something to connect him to what guides him. “

(In other words, the rope that holds his anchor, the compass that guides his ship. Or simply, his home )

edit: Ceren gave another (brilliant) possible explanation for the terms (The warning still stands) . Gammon as a backgammon’s strategy to win the game (against Modest, or, i add, in life in general) in a grand way, without blowing the whole thing. (splinters as parts of the game board)

and anyway, this one is probably the most likely

When Marvel started out, Captain America was what was supposed to represent the United States, with the main character traits of honour, duty, pride and patriotism.

With modern Marvel, its Iron Man that represents the United States, with cocky self assuredness, over dramatic showmanship and billion dollar military hardware.