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Author: Masters (Mod)
Posted: August 27, 2009 (09:57 AM)
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Dude, why? Why did you review this?? At least I got SENT THE GAME! And don't you dare bash the rat-clearing task. That was epic.

I don't have to prove I'm refined - that's what makes me refined!

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Author: overdrive (Mod)
Posted: August 27, 2009 (12:13 PM)
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The reason I reviewed this game: After reading Zig's Dark Spire review, I thought to myself that it'd be cool to play a first-person old-school style dungeon crawler. I should have resumed my quests in Curse of the Azure Bonds or Wizardry I-II-III......or gone to a used game store to find that PS2 Wizardry game. Any would have been better.

As for the rat-house quest......I can say that it was just as epic as the final jaunt through Harlac's castle.

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