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Author: bloomer
Posted: March 14, 2009 (08:25 AM)
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That's disappointing, then. I saw this on the shelf today at JB Hifi, picked it up, looked at the back, and the mists of memory stirred as I realised the blurb was mentioning the same two protagonists from the original game.

I remember the original was definitely one of the hardest games to do well in. I mean you could get through levels eventually, but to get through them with much grace was extraordinarily difficult.


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Author: QuasidodoJr
Posted: March 15, 2009 (03:56 AM)
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I also loved the original games. There was a great sense of pride to be had when you could work your way through a level, undetected. With this game, each level follows more of a trial and error concept.

You can sometimes bumble your way through an unintended alternate route, but for the most part - the game has a specific way it wants you to complete your objectives, and until you figure out that specific way, you'll fail a lot.


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