Observant players will notice that the "internet" minigame uses an unusual way of organizing the websites you can visit: every site is a part of a hierarchy, organized by country, then by organization type, then by specific site (e.g. "ARMOREDKIN/OTHER/JAPAN").
What's interesting is that this was actually the way that Internet sites and email addresses were structured, prior to the invention of the Domain Name System (DNS). The idea behind this is you would specify exactly the route you would take in order to connect to a specific server, separated by exclamation points. This was called "bang path" notation because the hostnames were separated by exclamation points (or "bangs") rather than forward slashes.
Regardless, somebody at Square certainly seems to know his or her Internet history :) Add
Did You Know?
As with most Japanese products, there's a full toyline available based on the Front Mission series. For the US release of FM3, some of the wanzers have been made available and can be found in comic shops and similar stores. The series available are the action figure models. No model kits have been released. Add
Did You Know?
The game contains two complete separate plot branches (with individual levels/story) that change who you meet, fight against and what information your characters come across. The event that decides which plotline you'll follow is at the very beginning of the game: 'Do you want to help your friend make his delivery to a construction site or not?'. This simple choice affects where your character is and what he is doing when the story begins to materialize. Add