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June 22, 2004


Andrew V. Boyd

Being able to save anywhere seems almost anethema to horror, in a way. The further away you get from that piton, the higher the risk (and thus the higher the tension).

Resident Evil takes that one step further, and limits the number of saves you can make (with the typewriter ribbons). But that seems consistent with the "# of bullets vs. the number of zombies" challenge of the game.


I was pretty sure that time stopped in Majora's Mask when you were in the dungeons...

jessica wisniewski

the game is very cool!!! but the thing is HOW THE HELL DO YOU SAVE???????? CAN YOU PLEASE tell me
how to save please E-MAIL me back on the address

Jessica W.

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