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Author: fleinn
Posted: September 19, 2009 (11:07 AM)
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:D good review. Well done focusing on what the game plays like, instead of explaining how great your think your own imagination is. It's a bit long to "just read through", and there's a.. double break of some sort, after the semicolon, that I had to read five times before I understood what you meant. ..about how using few items was a good idea. It was a good point, but should be simpler. :p (wow, I really like this criticism thing. So easy).

Anyway. It's still a billion times better than most professional reviews I've read, short and long, imo. ..I still don't know what age- group actually likes this game, or who buys it, though. hmm.

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Author: zippdementia
Posted: September 19, 2009 (01:43 PM)
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It targets the 20-30 year old age group. That's really the only age group that can appreciate Cthulu fighting the Numa Numa guy.

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

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