So Lucasarts was nice enough (or silly enough, if the game sucks) to send me a copy of Thrillville, their forthcoming amusement park and roller coaster sim for the PS2 and Xbox. So last night, I thought I'd fire it up and check it out. I can't officially post a review for another few days (silly, but I'll play by the rules), but what the heck.
The problem is, I can't find my PS2 controller. Like, it appears to have vanished from the face of the earth. I thought maybe Stephanie borrowed it, so she could play two player whatever at her place with her neighbors, but no joy there. Then I thought maybe it got sucked into the old game machine bin when I busted out the N64 last winter. Nope, not there either. (Though I did find an old "turbo" adapter for the original NES that Steph had, which won't do anyone any good these days!)
I'm at a loss. I'm annoyed. It vanished. How can an object that had no reason be moved vanish?