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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time – Jabu-Jabu

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Media: video game: “Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time″
Developer: Nintendo
Publisher: Nintendo
Platform:  N64, Gamecube, Wii Virtual Console

In Zora’s Domain, there exists a whale known as Jabu-Jabu that is hailed as the guardian god of the Zora people. Before you can see him, you must present King Zora with the Botted Note found in Lake Hylia, and as the contents of the letter suggests, you will need to enter the body of Jabu-Jabu to rescue someone. When the Bottled Note is shown to King Zora and access to Zora’s Fountain is granted, you will see Jabu-Jabu floating in the water and do mostly nothing.

“According to the ‘Legend of Zora’, the act of offering a fish to Lord Jabu-Jabu will make you happy.”
– One of the Zora in Zora’s Domain

When a fish, either caught or bought, is placed in front of Jabu-Jabu’s nose, he will promptly open his mouth wide, inhaling both it and Link inside. This will happen only the first time you enter. There begins the third dungeon of the game, Inside Jabu-Jabu’s Belly. The insides are roughly what one would expect to see with biological walls, peristaltic activity, and strangely, doors, holes and monsters.

At any time, you are free to leave the dungeon by approaching Jabu-Jabu’s mouth and out past his teeth. To re-enter, simply walking towards Jabu-Jabu will cause him to open his mouth where you can walk leisurely in.

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Link is inhaled by Jabu-Jabu.

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 September 26 at 00:00

Parasite Eve II – Cocoon

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Media: video game: “Parasite Eve II″
Developer: Squaresoft (now Square Enix)
Publisher: Squaresoft (now Square Enix)
Platform:  PS1, PSN

The following is particularly spoiler heavy.

At the very end of the game, right before the last boss battle, No. 9 can be seen with Eve and seems to want the cocoon to absorb her. Only the cocoon’s ‘mouth’ appendage can be seen, with tentacle-like projections from its opening. Eve is saved, and No. 9 is swallowed instead. The appendage opens up and engulfs him, and is pulled upward off-screen as he struggles and kicks his legs.

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Eve is saved, and No. 9 is swallowed by the cocoon.

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 September 19 at 00:00

Parasite Eve II – Glutton

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Media: video game: “Parasite Eve II″
Developer: Squaresoft (now Square Enix)
Publisher: Squaresoft (now Square Enix)
Platform:  PS1, PSN

First of all, the predator in question doesn’t seem to have an agreed-upon name since it never seems to be referred to by name in-game, and there doesn’t seem to be any official publications that give it one. People seem to call it Glutton, Garbage Sucker, Trash Monster, Big Mouth, among many made-up names.

Fairly early in Disc 2, Aya will fight a boss in the garbage incinerator of the Shelter area. It appears to be some large quadruped with huge arms and a massive mouth and is noted for its ability to inhale sharply, causing garbage – and Aya – to drift toward its mouth, and if she gets close enough, the boss will grab Aya in its jaws with a loud squish and seemingly swallow her as the screen fades to black and indicates a game over. Because it seems to have a tough protective hide, the most effective way to damage it is to shoot it while it is inhaling, mouth gaping open. Of course, if one reloads their gun at an inopportune time, they may leave themselves open to being helplessly drawn in and devoured.

If the boss’s shoulders are shot at, he tends to summon smaller NMCs (Neo-Mitochondrial Creatures). If these smaller enemies are not disposed of before the boss inhales again, he will eat them (each healing 100HP) and spit them back out at Aya.

Finally, once the boss has been damaged a large amount and moves what most would consider uncomfortably close (stepping forward twice), the boss is then able to use an attack where it sticks out its ridiculously long tongue and slams it on the ground dealing heavy damage and the Berserker status effect.

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Aya encounters, and is eaten by the monster.

The monster inhales smaller NMCs and spits them at Aya.

The monster uses its tongue slam attack.

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 September 12 at 00:00

Final Fantasy VIII – Humans

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Media: video game: “Final Fantasy VIII″
Developer: Squaresoft (now Square Enix)
Publisher: Squaresoft (now Square Enix)
Platform:  PS1, PSN, PC

There is a command ability in the game known as ‘Devour’ and can be used if a character junctions a Guardian Force with that ability. Under natural circumstances, that would mean junctioning the GF, Eden, which is itself acquired by drawing it from Ultima Weapon in the Deep Sea Research Center after gaining the airship Ragnarok in Disc 3, or by drawing it from Tiamat in Disc 4. It is also possible to teach another GF the Devour ability by using the ‘Hungry Cookpot’ item, though they are quite rare and hard to obtain.

When used, the character will run up to the selected enemy, at which point a photograph of a peaceful scene (flower, field, ocean) pops up with a text marquee that says “Censored… Please stand by…”. If the attack is successful (chances improving the more the enemy has been damaged) there will be generic rumbling noises during the ‘censor’ screen and the enemy will have disappeared from battle. The character who Devoured the enemy will either gain or lose HP, be afflicted with or heal status effects, or permanently raise a stat (each type of monster has a set effect, though varies with enemy level) with a corresponding comment of how that enemy tasted:

“All systems go!”
Max HP raised by 10, 100% HP healed, all status effects removed

“Gained strength”
Strength raised by 1, 100% HP healed, all status effects removed

“Feel healthier”
Vitality raised by 1, 100% HP healed, all status effects removed

“Clear head!”
Magic raised by 1, 100% HP healed, all status effects removed

“Increased morale”
Spirit raised by 1, 100% HP healed, all status effects removed

“Light on my feet!”
Speed raised by 1, 100% HP healed, all status effects removed

“Refreshing!”
100% HP healed, all status effects removed

“Delicious!”
100% HP healed

“Tastes okay…”
50% HP healed

“No good!”
No effect

“Tastes funny…”
Causes status effect Stone

“Can’t see anything”
6.25% HP lost, causes status effect Darkness

“It’s rotten…”
6.25% HP lost, causes status effect Zombie

“Tastes awful!!!”
12.5% HP lost, causes status effect Poison

“Barf… bwahhh!!!”
50% HP lost, causes status effect Poison

“Shouldn’t have… eaten… it…”
75% HP lost, causes status effects Poison, Darkness, Silence, Sleep, Slow, Curse

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 September 5 at 00:00