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3、"Cried and said she `didn't think.' I says to her, says I, `Do you s'pose that'll be held for a good excuse in the day of Jedgment, when you'll have to account for that poor old mother's life? The Lord'll ask you what He give you your brains for if it wasn't to think, I reckon.' I don't fancy she'll leave cats to starve another time."
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1、<p>After an intense Black Friday weekend it's time for cyber Monday, so why not kick off the week with a sale. Final Fantasy V has just dropped to its lowest price yet on iOS.</p><p>As you'd expect, Final Fantasy V is a fantasy RPG set in the same world as its predecessors. Following a band of four heroes, it's your job to save the world from an evil force and restore the four crystals that bring peace and prosperity to the earth.</p><p>Originally released in 1992 for Nintendo's Super Famicon, Final Fantasy V got its iOS port back in 2013 and has been received relatively well since then. The game was praised for its intense customisation, offering up 26 unique job classes to play with. It also offers up 'The Sealed Temple' from its 2006 release, the optional boss, Enuo, and a fantastic soundtrack.</p><p>Grab Final Fantasy V at its lowest price now on the App Store for £4.99/$6.99 after the game dropped from its original £11.99/$15.99.</p>
3、Hanging her pale and pined cheek beside;<p>Game preservation is something discussed more and more as the march of console generations and OS updates continues. For anybody who has been playing games for more than a few years it is easy to understand why.</p><p>Physical media suffers at the hands of time, what with storage media degrading, however with ROMs and emulators many of these games still survive. The digital format hasn't fared as well. Early abandonware and shared code without wide distribution is lost, and the later introduction of digital storefronts also introduced a new challenge to preservation. Storefronts like the XBLIG and Nintendo Wii Store are now closed, with no way to buy the games for those formats anymore, however some efforts were made to preserve them.</p>