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Author: zippdementia
Posted: October 01, 2009 (08:57 PM)
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To this day, the best sword fighting is to be found in Red Steel, but no one plays the game.


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Author: randxian
Posted: October 13, 2009 (08:51 PM)
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I like how you keep mentioning that this game does try to be more than a fighting game. One reason I don't want to shell out $50 for this game is because it seems like just a fighting game, even though I actually enjoy the movie that spawned the new "The Clone Wars" series.

I also like how you bring up the difficulty correlates to the story's length.

However, parts of this review seem short and need to be fleshed out more with a few specific examples to help illustrate some of your points. I'm glad you don't ramble on and on about what amounts to a fighting game with a few trappings to try to disguise it, but I also feel there could be some more detail.


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