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Author: randxian
Posted: November 28, 2009 (11:00 AM)
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got nothing to show for it. Her fungi-ridden subjects are forced to live in the squalor of tiny, mushroom-shaped shacks. The economy is in shambles; all the money is trapped inside blocks or floating beyond anyone’s reach. But the worst part? Her utter lack of concern. Peach’s failings would be understandable if she were evil and selfish. But she just doesn’t care. She knows that Bowser will return and kidnap her someday. She’s too inept to do anything about it. All she does is bake cakes, cheerfully humming away the days until she gets snatched for the umpteenth time

Heh, heh, heh. Good intro.

Also, good job with the review. I particularly like how you threw in you have the option to let friends sit out certain levels so they don't hold the whole team back.


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