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Pictures Galore!

First off, we have Thousand Arms wallpaper. It looks just like the artwork, but it's the ideal dimensions for desktop wallpaper. What better way to prepare for the upcoming Playstation RPG!


The following has been graciously scanned by one of our own, The Chronologist, who has kept me busy since his arrival with tons of scans!


From Star Ocean: The Second Story, we have the front and back packaging scans AND the player's guide scans.


Packaging, player's guide, and artwork from Parasite Eve have also been added.


For Lunar lovers, we have the front and back cover of the Lunar: SSSC player's guide.


On Sega CD, we have a Vay ad, Lunar: The Silver Star ad, Popful Mail ad, and two Lunar 2: Eternal Blue ads.


Not that we need to add to the hundreds of images already present in the The Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time gallery, but we have 4 player's guide scans from BOTH player's guides for this game!


For Final Fantasy VII, we have the cover from the OST soundtrack and 3 scans from the Reunion Tracks.


On the subject of soundtracks, we have the packaging and cd scans from the Final Fantasy VIII OST.


That's all for now! Stick around the next couple of days as I try to add pictures from some of the classics.

Date Updated:
July 16th, 1999

Time Updated:
12:17 PM


Stahn Mahn


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