Some interesting stuff in this guide. I really wish someone could translate this because I’d love to know what the captions say. There’s a picture of Aya in a room that doesn’t look like anything in the game. There’s two doors at the top that don’t seem to lead anywhere?? Then there’s the Officer Ranking board. Maybe the developers toyed around with the idea of a ranking system like Resident Evil 2?
The CG map of Aya in one of the Opera House rooms makes it look like that big door was supposed to open. I don’t know what that green stuff is supposed to be. This guide also points out the hidden names and the Chocobo. The picture under that looks like it’s a close up from the map. I’m guessing it’s a subway entrance? I never really paid attention to the map so does anyone know if this is in the final version of the game?
@overdive - Looks like this guide got it right about the T-Rex boss EXP. 34,464! I think this is the first guide I’ve come across that doesn’t list the EXP as 100,000. I’m not positive about that though, and I don’t feel like pulling out all my other guides to find out lol.
Never get tired to doodle my top favorite lis character..aren’t enough tears to express my feeling,I broke my heart over her death.I do both endings,save Arcadia Bay and her, but sacrifice Chloe is very sad ending for me…
“In keeping with the empathetic tone of the game, Square Enix has announced that they’ll be holding a real Everyday Heroes photography contest for an art school scholarship. The grand prize winner of the contest will receive $10,000 ‘to be used towards art school tuition, art classes, or art supplies at winner’s discretion.’
The description explains that the contest is meant to 'celebrate the unsung champions in your life.’ Enter a photograph that 'truly captures their heroism’ and you’re eligible to win the grand prize. There’s an accompanying hashtag, #EverydayHeroes, and the website also features photos from the contest daily.”