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#1 shaunmc
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But does the game have dragons in it????
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#2 shaunmc
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This is all I found in my Heavy Rain box.Heavy RainT

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It should probably be noted that Brendan's two favorite storytellers are Tom Clancy and the lady who wrote Twilight.
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#5 shaunmc
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[QUOTE="shaunmc"]Good to hear, but I'm still getting it for PS3. Even though I haven't bought a console Final Fantasy since X, I can't imagine playing one on a system besides PlayStation. Kreatzion

Not even the DS?

I said console! I've bought more portable Final Fantasy games than I really care to remember over the past few years.
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#6 shaunmc
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Good to hear, but I'm still getting it for PS3. Even though I haven't bought a console Final Fantasy since X, I can't imagine playing one on a system besides PlayStation.
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#7 shaunmc
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I can't guarantee how much help this will be for you since you're in India, but here in America the most common path seems to be 1. Start a blog/fansite and write, write, write. Basically, just build up a portfolio of writing. 2. Go to college and study Journalism or English (Literature, Creative Writing, etc.) 3. Try to find an internship after college or during summer breaks. 4. Optional, but it really helps to be located in the San Francisco Bay Area. One thing I'd recommend, though, is that you might not want to narrow your focus on writing about games. When you get to college, look into game design/programming classes. That way, if you keep writing, you'll have the option to either make games or write about them when you're through with school.
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#8 shaunmc
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Some more story would be nice!
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#9 shaunmc
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[QUOTE="shaunmc"]

I just completed the Orzamar section in Dragon Age, and the whole time I kept thinking to myself, "Boy I wish these Dwarves had Scottish accents." Am I the only one here? I blame this guy:

kamikaze_pigmy

Rather coincidentally, you've used the word "Dwarves" in your post, a word which has now been popularised by Tolkien, but as he points out in the Hobbit, is incorrect. The proper english plural of Dwarf is Dwarfs.

Quite a lot of fantasy cliches come from Tolkien, actually.

Edit: Dear god that was a nerdy comment. I apologise.

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#10 shaunmc
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I think what's weirdest is that the Dwarves and the Elves basically have the same accents, even though the Dwarves isolate themselves underground. They should really sound more exotic than plain ol' Vanilla American accents. Hell, I'd have settled for a thick Maritime Canadian accent.