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    Last Crusade Game Guide Dude
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  1. You could just set up a Facebook account that you don't use for anything other than Facebook login
  2. Oh. I need a longer version. I had it in the background while I was working and was just getting into it when it faded out
  3. If you compare the two, he literally based the painting on the same inks. It's a thing of beauty for sure.
  4. Ah, yes. I've heard stories. I can imagine someone (or their agent) getting upset if they're hired for "Mobster #4" but then they're suddenly credited as "Mafia Don". The agent would have negotiated a better rate if the role was more central or prestigious. So sticking to the contracted name makes sense to avoid upset. Reminds me of a story I remember hearing somewhere: One of the writers on The Simpsons told it. Apparently certain underhanded animated shows would occasionally try to get an actor for two shows for the price of one. The actors are just recording lines, so they don't
  5. https://www.humblebundle.com/games/tales-love-adventure That is all.
  6. Given that they sketched the characters, I wonder if they were supposed to be interactive within the game. It would have been a nice callback when they reappeared over the credits... but it also made sense without having met them first, too. Although, that said, it's obviously supposed to be years later, so maybe they just cut the visual and left it as voiceover. (Side note: And obviously the "frozen under the amusement park" is a reference to the urban legend that Walt Disney was frozen after this death.)
  7. For anyone struggling to download all 12 individually, here's a little tip: Scroll down and select "PDF" from the menu on the right.
  8. Yes, I was stuck on MI2 for months (or it felt like months when I was 12). Wouldn’t do that these days. You only need ScummVM to play all these games on a MacBook. But you may as well continue with the Xbox titles. They’re all good!
  9. Ha, that was quick! I'm guessing you used a guide? (Which is understandable given how frustrating some of the puzzles in MI2 are -- spit contest, monkey as a wrench, etc.) If you're going to move onto Curse of Monkey Island next you'll have yourself a lovely time, as the puzzles are more rounded, the interface is more polished, it's just an all round great experience. Arguably LucasArts's best... or damned close to. One tip: Unlike MI2, I would recommend playing the lower difficulty first and then moving on to "Mega Monkey" mode afterwards. Why? Simply because unlike M
  10. They all work really well. Their simplicity seems to add something, rather that detract. Lovely!
  11. Agh. I hope this really is a temporary message.
  12. YES, WELCOME NAIVE HUMAN!* * This is a reference to a game you have yet to play, but that I think you'll enjoy.
  13. The person behind this is so talented. The graphics are spot on. I wish I could play it!
  14. I've heard there were lots of niggles with the PS2 version as well. I also picked it up and didn't notice anything hugely terrible. I don't know if they're more subtle (controls not being responsive, etc) or if they fixed things for the PS4 version. I'd also like to know the major differences.
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