You know those images on flash pages you could never really get without interference? Well I was able to extract the files from the pages to isolate the art. Most of them are transparent PNGs and are really useful. But most of the files from BN6, however, are bitmaps, so no transparency. Still, they are quite a collection.
And finally, I finished the main story in MMSF2 alredy. It's really enjoyable. Though this time when I played, I took notes. In a couple of days, GameFAQs should have some map guides I made. And within the next week, my Blue Mystery Wave List and HP Memory List guides should be complete. In the end, it was good practice because when I start playing MMSF3, I'll do the same thing and maybe more.
...oh, and one last thing. If you're reading this, please leave a comment at least. It's kind of strange to have zero comments on everything I post.
I may have already mentioned these, but there is nothing wrong with putting these out more.
As you may not know, Future Publishing is the company that prints Nintendo Power. I needed it for a school project, but I had a hard time looking for a hi-res version that I could use. So I found a PDF that had their vector graphics and now, this should be the largest version of their logo on most of the Internet.
Here is the Future plc logo:
Plus, I got to snatch a Nintendo logo as well. Also very clean and hi-res: Of course, this means these images can be used as you wish. Desktops, fake magazine covers, collections.