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Supreme League of Patriots - Issue 1: A Patriot Is Born

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Platform: PC
Genre: Graphic Adventure
Developer: No Bull Intentions

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01/29/2015

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Supreme League of Patriots - Issue 1: A Patriot Is Born review

Reviewed January 29, 2015

Gary Hartley says: "Humble origins"
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