Sonic and the Secret Rings (Wii) review
"Once upon a time, King Shahryar discovered that his wife was cheating on him. Though he had the queen and her lover executed, the king was traumatized; he believed that infidelity was a characteristic that all women shared. But since he couldn’t go for long without acting out his lusty urges, Shahryar remarried and took steps to ensure that no woman would betray him again. Since prenuptial agreements didn’t exist back then, the king took a more direct approach: wedding and bedding a new bride, t..."
Community review by disco (April 14, 2007)
Disco is a San Francisco Bay Area native, whose gaming repertoire spans nearly three decades and hundreds of titles. He loves fighting games, traveling the world, learning new things, writing, photography, and tea. Not necessarily in that order.
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