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Author: zippdementia
Posted: March 16, 2009 (08:05 PM)
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Excellent review, Disco. My one complaint is that it goes on a little long. There isn't a wasted paragraph, per se, it's just about cutting some of the less important stuff out. I would've combined the art paragraph with the introductory paragraphs, because the style is important but is brought into the review too late. I would also cut every paragraph after the one where you talk about the game's brevity. It was a good ending note. You didn't need three more paragraphs of post script.

Note to gamers: when someone shoots you in the face, they aren't "gay." They are "psychopathic."

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Author: disco
Posted: March 16, 2009 (08:17 PM)
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Yes, that seems to be a bad habit of mine...Thanks for pointing that out, though. I'll keep it mind for the next one.^_^

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