Areala

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About Areala

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    Warrior Nun / Archivist
  • Birthday 10/21/1976

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    http://community.retromags.com/blog/6-retrochick-retroblog-v10/

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    Indiana
  • Interests
    Video games, horror novels, creative writing, girls! :-9
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    Areala

Previous Fields

  • Playing Right Now
    Champions of Norrath (PS2); Akai Ito (PS2)
  • Video Games Favorites
    Tomb Raider, Super Metroid, Final Fantasy VI
  • Favorite Current Generation Console?
    Playstation 3
  • Favorite Retro Console?
    Super Nintendo

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  1. Hot damn!! *huggles* Areala
  2. I think the main difference is that anybody can add to the database. Not everybody can scan magazines. I'm happy to type up and index a magazine because it's really the only way I contribute to the site. My flatbed takes far too long to scan images for me to be a contributor of more than cover scans and the occasional little thing like the Tomb Raider Hint Book I did earlier. Bottom line: if you're scanning, you're doing so much more than the rest of us it's not even funny. I don't care if you never touch the DB except to link a new upload and cover image. You guys can "set your own hours" in that regard. *huggles* Areala
  3. I hate to tell you this, Philly, but it doesn't get any easier. I'm 40 and still a handful. I've no idea how my wife puts up with me. *huggles* Areala
  4. I may be quite alone in my thinking, but I loved everything about Heavy Rain. *huggles* Areala
  5. Kind of along the same lines, but did you ever buy 'Pulp'? It was a sister publication of Mixxzine, put out by Viz, but with the subtitle "The Manga Magazine for Mature Readers". Had some really great stories in it, like "Dance Til Tomorrow". *huggles* Areala
  6. Just noticed you put up an issue of Tokyo Pop...do you have others, or was this a one-off? And if it was a one-off, are you interested in acquiring more...? *huggles* Areala
  7. This short, 24-page mini-guide was offered as an incentive for those who pre-ordered the game. It walks a player through the initial character creation up through escaping the Vault. If you want anything beyond that, you'll need the official guide. :)

    © 2008, Bethesda Softworks

  8. Author: Digital Research, Inc. ASIN: B000K5W990 534 pages No cover price

    © 1983, Digital Research, Inc.

  9. Author: Commodore Business Machines, Inc. ISBN: 0672220105 166 pages $12.95

    © 1984, Commodore Business Machines, Inc.

  10. Author: Kay Yarborough Nelson ISBN: 1566040469 325 pages $21.95

    © 1993, Ventana Press

  11. Author: Commodore Business Machines ISBN: 0672220563 504 pages $19.95

    © 1983, Commodore Business Machines

  12. Author: Morris I. Bolsky ISBN: 0131100734 86 pages $16.95

    © 1985, Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc.

  13. Authors: Gary B. Shelly and Thomas J. Cashman ISBN: 0882362909 300 pages Unknown cover price

    © 1981, Anaheim Publishing Co.

  14. Authors: John G. Kemeny and Thomas Kurtz ISBN: 0471468304 150 pages Unknown cover price

    © 1971, John Wiley & Sons

  15. Author: Phillip Robinson ISBN: 1558283498 482 pages $26.95 US / $33.00 CAN

    © 1994, MIS Press