Didn't see the video or hear the song during the game, though it's possible that they played an instrumental version that I missed? Was wondering why it said "Sting Me" on the screens in the Omega Club and after watching that awful video, now I know where the still came from.
Spent a little time playing around with the data from the Japanese release and I didn't spot the video on there, so I wonder if the single was just some weird cross promotional thing. Man, that song blows.
Dug up a couple of articles on Blue Stinger that I'll scan in this weekend. In part because, woops, I meant to do it last weekend but Bioshock Infinite kind of stole my heart and in part because I just played the first stage of Home Improvement and there's no fucking way I'm going to be participating any further in this month's Game Club.
I'm going to relive March again.
Last Edit: Apr 7, 2013 1:36:30 GMT -5 by roushimsx
The puzzles were easier in Japanese because not only were all of the voices in English and the camera angles kind of pointed you in the right direction, but the Japanese subtitles often spelled out the answers you needed (the only numbers in the subtitles of the kid's dialog in the arcade were 12/24 ...oh look, a keypad that requires four digits to open...). You didn't always know which card was which (unless you went to your inventory to look at them), but it flowed easy enough that at least that aspect of the game was less frustrating.
but god damn, that last tower can eat a fat bag of poop.