can stop me now"
everybody! Time for yet another installment of the MAILBAG! Howís
everybody feeliní tonight, feeliní good? Glad to hear it.
Right now itís about a billion degrees under the shade for some
reason, I believe the earth has spun out of orbit and is heading
into the sun, but Iím not sure. Itís a little hard to tell
when you canít step outside without bursting into flames!
Anyway, letís cool off with some smooth, refreshing letters,
uh, send me some while you're at it.
Q: I need
help with a Playstation game I am very lost. The game is Legend of
Dragoon on disk four. I was supposed to get 4 spirits on disks 3.
But I forgot and I went on to disk 4 just wondered if I could
finish the game without the spirits.
For those who donít know, the spirits in LOD allows you to
transform into a wicked dragon-like creature and kick some major
ass. Short answer is " yes". You can finish the game
without having them. However if you are up to disc four and only
have as many spirits, you are long past the point of wondering if
you missed them. Most of them are located in disc one and only 1
can be found in disc four. My suggestion is just finish the game,
and try to collect them all on your second try around. To help you
out, here is a list of there locations:
defeat Greham in the Dragonís Nest.
defeat Drake and Shirley in Shirleyís Shrine.
shocking story sequence in Hellena Prison during your rescue of
defeat Emperor Doel in the Black Castle.
Disc 2 or 4
receive it early by paying a hefty price in the Commercial Town of
disc 2, or you can wait and receive it for free during disc 4
after you defeat Kongolís brother.
defeating Lenus and her dragon pal in the Undersea Cavern.
shocking story sequence, this time taking place in Deningrad with
Q: I have a
PS2, and I'm wondering whether the GC* is worth it. I've done some
research, and the only game I think I'll like is Super Smash**.
Not into star wars, and I'm one who knows that Fps' are way better
on the PC.
mean the Nintendo Gamecube.)
would mean Super Smash Bros. Melee.)
Iím not really as biased as you would think working for a
Playstation site, but I feel the same way that you do. At only
$150 bucks the Gamecube is a great deal, and I want to buy it, but
itís nothing much on it to excite someone who already owns a
PS2, at least not yet. Thatís because most of the games on it,
and most of the games coming out for it, are also slated for a PS2
release, which leaves all the purchase persuading up to the
exclusive titles. Nintendoís strength has always lay within
their strong first party line-up, but those franchise are a ways
off from release on the ĎCube. If you want my honest opinion, Iíd
say do what Iíve been doing: put the money you would have spent
on a new system back into your PS2. I say you take this
opportunity to take some chances and buy yourself some top-notch
PS2 titles you wouldnít normally buy, like Rez, Frequency,
Guilty Gear X, Spy Hunter, Dynasty Warriors 3, Shadowman 2econd
Coming, or Burnout. And pick up a few DVDs to go with that, might
I suggest Fight Club or the complete first season of Buffy the
Iím a bit stuck on a game of mine for the Playstation...
itís called Vanishing
Point, Iíve got lots of cheats but I donít know
how to put them in!!!!!! The codes are for all
cars, but there are individual codes (e.g. for an Alfa 146 GTV 3.0
20v === 3003cbfc0007). Please help me?????
A: Well, well,
well. After doing a little research I found all those codes you
were talking about. Problem is they are Game Shark codes. A Game
Shark is a device (similar to the old Game Genie) that plugs into
your console and allows you to input codes through a menu
interface for nearly every game imaginable. Without a Game Shark,
though, you are unable to use such codes. Most places list Game
Shark codes separately from regular codes, but some sites fail to
differentiate the two. Game Sharks are pretty useful for anyone
who likes to play games in "God Mode", and if you want
to pick yourself up a copy and unlock all those fancy new cars,
you can check out GameSharkGear.com.