Fred and Wilma’s parents always wondered what happened to them. One day they stayed after school for a little extra band practice… and they were never seen again. There were tears, there were manhunts, there was a whole special devoted to them on the six o’clock news, but no one ever discovered what happened to these poor teenagers.
Toy Clown found the unlikely end to these musically inclined teens in Elder Scrolls Online: “The explorer in me loves looking into nooks, crannies and treetops for little scenes like this one.”
R.I.P., Fred and Wilma. You may have been fourth chair musicians, but you were first in our hearts.
Everyone in Star Citizen’s alpha seems to be going gaga for these futuristic cityscapes, and I can see why. They are incredibly striking and beg for an extended exploration of their many virtual nooks and crannies.
Natalyia took this shot from the 3.5 test build, calling it “pretty.” I like how the sunrise is just about to dawn on this metropolis, as it lends a touch of realism that, for a second, makes me think that this actually exists.
Over in Second Life, reader Fervor Bliss is having way too much fun creating stylish hairdos for her avatars. I went with this one, because she looks nuevo 80s in her fashion. Course, if that was me, I’d be incredibly annoyed to have hair dangling in front of my eyes all the time. How do you girls do it?
“I almost cried when I went to Guild Wars 2’s Super Adventure Box,” posted Minimalistway. “It’s a nostalgia heaven that reminds me of old Sega games. For first-time players, SAB itself is the best reward.”
“Adorable? Yes. Deadly? You bet your ass,” said Vincent.
In other words, never underestimate Final Fantasy XIV’s smallest race. The Lalafel know they’ve been mocked and belittled — and they’re coming after your kneecaps in revenge.
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