I love that game but I kept geting so stresed out at some points when I couldn't do a puzzle and it would just keep coming up over and over again. But the movies were fantstic. Anyway that is a grand drawing
Axel's hand shook, stylus twitching between his fingers as Roxas peered over the redhead's shoulder. Mistake after mistake after mistake and it was like Axel was either a) retarded, b) really bad at video games, or c) had deduction skills that rivaled toddlers.
"You really suck at this game," Roxas offered unhelpfully.
"I have this thing called a life. I can't be as skilled at handheld electronics as others of us more inclined toward catatonic thumb twiddling," Axel said, pausing to stare pointedly at Roxas.
"What! That was one time!" They'd been on the way to visit Roxas' brother at college, and he was zombified in the passenger seat, portable DVD player rigged to his PlayStation2 where the latest installment of a charming, low-level difficulty RPG was currently giving him hell. Roxas looked up for all of two minutes total the entire seven hour drive. "Besides, it's a marketable skill. Dem works as a game tester. That's wrong, by the way."
"Silence, babe. You're distracting me from solving this case. And Dem also lives with five meatheads because game testers make a shit salary and subsist off of bong rips and burritos."