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Author: zippdementia
Posted: July 19, 2009 (01:19 AM)
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hey, wow, great review! I don't have any complaints on this one. Just bummed I never tried this out in its hey-day.


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Author: radicaldreamer
Posted: July 19, 2009 (02:13 PM)
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People still play it on Sundays, though it's primarily Europeans and a few Americans, so the server is European. I get 200 ping. The overall level of play isn't as high as it used to be, but everyone more or less knows what they're doing so it could be difficult to start now.


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