After adding so much new media and old reviews recently, I thought it's time for some new content - and what would be better during the summer than to post trivia about Suikoden. This time it's a spoiler free special moment I encountered while getting in touch with Suikogaiden when I watched the trailers or intros for the first time. Maybe you can feel the vibe when you read the little report!
As promised in the last update, today I present you six exclusive Trials of Mana wallpapers. They have been created by me, just like the last ones. Use and share them as you like, and maybe you can credit rpg-o-mania? That would be nice 😊
In other news, there are also some new Trials of Mana screenshots available in the screenshots gallery, if slightly spoiling images are your thing.
Aside of that, I have to confess that it looks like as if rpg-o-mania will never get rpg-o-mania.net back as the domain. I'm to blame for this since I messed up the domain transfer some ten years ago, and a gaming company in japan registered it. There is no website running under that domain, but they keep extending the registration each year. So yeah, I've officially given up since I cannot afford to make them an offer to buy the domain back.
But you see, rpg-o-mania is running just fine, and it's still available at rpg-o-mania.de - its original domain. Rock on, rpg-o-mania. 😄
Lots of Seiken / Mana extravaganza! I created some unique (and exclusive) Trials of Mana wallpapers, which should be suitable for most big screens nowadays. Mobile versions are to follow in the next few days.
We also have some new Trials of Mana artworks, where one is a part of the cover from the original japanese Seiken Densetsu 3.
Just a little update today: If your browser refreshed everything correctly, you might be able to see this page with a new, nice looking banner element. Yeah I know, content would be better, but I always wanted to know how these parallax scrolling banners work, and just today I found a couple of free minutes where I could take a look into how this works.
The image shown here is from the special Seiken Densetsu 3 (Trials of Mana) special gallery, which contains images drawn for a great free soundtrack.
While listending to my old favorite songs today in the morning, I stumbled upon "Gimme More" from Britney Spears. I'm usually absolutely not the type of guy who listens to pop music, but this song is a bit special to me.
It reminds me of "Nightmare", the last dungeon music from Breath of Fire II. Since I haven't covered this pair of tunes already, here it is: an official comparision of Nightmare and Gimme More.
I wonder if it's just me who hears those similarities or if there are any other people who think the way I do.