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Author: Felix_Arabia
Posted: May 02, 2008 (05:15 PM)
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I liked this review, Masters, since it was a good contrast with Zig's. I remember he was telling me many fortnights ago that Last Alert was a TCD title I had to try, and then he proceeded to tell me about Guy Kazama's famous image against a flame backdrop. He sounded pretty convincing in that conversation and in his review. You sound very convincing here, too. I'll eventually get around to Last Alert, I imagine; but with your opinion fresher in my mind, I think I'll just hold off for a while.

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Author: Masters (Mod)
Posted: May 02, 2008 (06:25 PM)
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Hey man, thanks for reading. I read Zig's after I was already done with mine. The game's okay -- nothing great. I suspect Zig got off A LOT on the considerable kitsch factor. Sorta like Zero Wing of "all your base are belong to us" fame. It's really a forgettable shooter after all that.

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