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Posted by fAB on August 14th, 2013 - 02:44 pm EDT

Got a couple of quick things for you all today. First up, we've updated Tuttle's model in the Gallery. He was the first finished model we made for the game, but truth be told we never took the time to make sure his model was "finished" to perfection because he's the main character and we knew we'd likely be making all kinds of alterations as the rest of the game progressed. Already we've made a lot of changes to the model since the beginning, and though there will be plenty more to come, we figured it'd be a good idea to go ahead and bring it up to date for now.

Secondly, and of much greater significance, we've added a new track to our music page which you may have heard if you watched our Event video the other day. This delightful tune is to be the theme for the city on Tronne Island. Sadly, no comments have been left to indicate that anyone noticed the brilliant job Mr. Foetus did of listening past all the chatter to recreate the track from this video. That's right, this music originally came from the Mega Man Legends 3 Prototype Version, when Barrett takes Aero riding around Teomo City! Don't you feel ashamed that you didn't notice sooner? Seriously though, give this awesome piece a good listen and drop a comment to let Mr. Foetus know what an amazing job he did!

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Posted by fAB on August 12th, 2013 - 01:48 pm EDT

We're very sorry to have kept you waiting, everyone. It's finally time for TLT's 8th community Event! As previously mentioned, this time we want to see your best designs for the entrances to the Quint Island sub-gates.

Head here to visit the Event's official forum thread for all rules and entry submissions!

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Posted by Blyka on August 10th, 2013 - 12:30 pm EDT

As TLT's upcoming Event focuses on the entrances to the Quint Island sub-gates, we thought it an appropriate time to pool some concept art for each island to help participants get a better feel for each location, should they want to design a sub-gate entrance with a particular island in mind.

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