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Lunar: SSSC Update!

For those that plan to buy Lunar SSS when it's released later this spring, you might think about prebuying it in the next two weeks or so. Working Designs is sending demo's to Software Etc. and Babbages(possibly Electronics Boutique, but I'm not totally sure on that) of the game that go up to the trip to Meribia from Saith on Candor Isle. Only prebuyers of the game can recieve this demo. I believe most stores will have the demo in by March 15th. If my Electronics Boutique in Wichita, Kansas gets any in, I'll certainly get a copy and put up even more pics of the game than what we have(along with movies when that section goes up within the next 2 weeks). Your best bet if you want the demo is call up your Babbages, Software Etc, and possibly EB and find out more.

Also, the latest added feature to Lunar SSS is that the game will now be 2 player. This is a direct qoute off the Working Designs board from Vic Ireland, WD's big kahuna:

"Both controllers are active at all times, and can control anything requiring input. however, if input is received from BOTH controllers, the first controller (i.e. port 1) ALWAYS takes priority. LUNAR 2 may be more extensive, but this is the best we could manage on short notice."

Sounds cool! The last little extra is that the game will now have 30 save slots instead of 15. Below are some English screen shots for you viewing pleasure.

  
  

Date Updated:
March 4th, 1999

Time Updated:
2:52 PM


GhaleonOne

Related Links:
  •   Working Designs
  •   WD Message Board
  •   Lunar Message Board


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