Thanks for your question. It’s nice that people care enough about uni-related topics that they come to me for information. Many of the questions I receive end up being very interesting rabbit holes that I enjoy exploring — good stuff!
Some of the questions that come my way — including, quite honestly, yours — can easily be answered by consulting Google, or by looking at game photos, or by using other resources that are easily available on the internet. I suggest that you do that for your question. Trust me, you don’t need me for this one — the answer is easy to find.
You may be thinking, “If you could take the trouble to send me the link to this page, couldn’t you just answer my question?” Sure I could — and by the same token, if you could take the trouble to send me a tweet or an email, you could also look up the answer on the web. This whole process starts with you, and you should start by trying to find the answer on your own.
By trying to find the answer yourself — not just now, but also in the future — you’ll be doing something good for both of us. First, you’ll cut down on the number of questions that I have to deal with (believe me, I get a lot of them, and it can sometimes be overwhelming). In addition, you’ll have the satisfaction of figuring something out for yourself instead of relying on someone else, which is always a good thing. It’s like the old proverb about teaching a man to fish vs. giving him a fish. Go on — fish! It’s better for everyone. You’ll see.
I’m not trying to be patronizing, and I’m not trying to ridicule or criticize you. I’m just asking that you use the tools available to you on the web — tools that are incredibly powerful and very easy to use — before coming to me. If you still can’t find what you’re looking for, feel free to come back my way. I’ll help you if I have the time to do so. Thanks.