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Author: zigfried (Mod)
Posted: July 25, 2009 (10:25 AM)
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I finally got around to reading this rather famous review, under the mistaken impression that it was written by Bluberry. It was a great read that did an awesome job of setting up what was right and what was wrong with the game. I particularly like the idea of assaulting people with bees, and the Vita-Chambers bit sounds like an even less intrusive version of Prey's spiritual resurrection (that's a bad thing).

That being said, I think I probably will play the game. I like JRPGs, after all! But that's not a weakness of the review -- that's a compliment, because it gave me the info I needed to make up my own mind.

//Zig


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Author: bluberry
Posted: July 25, 2009 (04:40 PM)
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this is ace, mardraum.


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