- May 8, 2007
- Reaction score
One's for keeping, one's for eating.
Why 2 copies of Code of Princess? Or are they different... things...
Closer to the truth than you think. I liked the Japanese cover art better (it has all those characters) while the US one looks like the one in the back, pretty meh. So I printed it and slipped it under the plastic. The box in the back also came with an artbook and soundtrack with the game, which is why there's another box at all.One's for keeping, one's for eating.
I was surprised to learn the author is William C. Dietz. The same author as the Starcraft 2: Heavens Devils book I've got. I thought that was a good read. Then again I really haven't read too many books yet, so I could be totally wrong. Maybe he just ****ed that one book up?Don't get Mass Effect: Deception. It's written by some freelancer they hired and you can just see from the reviews how much he ****ed it up.
Biotic power called "charge"? What the ****.What happened next came as a complete surprise to the krogan as Gillain triggered the biotic power called “charge”. Rather than running away from the guards Gillian pounded straight at them. Within the space of three steps her body became a blur and she could feel additional strength coursing through her body as she hit one of the reptiles and sent the brute flying.
There is a biotic power called charge in ME2 and ME3.Actually I think I'll take your advice and stay away. Especially after reading this review
Biotic power called "charge"? What the ****.
Either that or a very specialized serial killer.