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Author: zippdementia
Posted: January 20, 2010 (10:15 AM)
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Another good review, Jason, that saves me money because it makes me feel like I've played the game by the time I'm through with reading. I wasn't honestly expecting much out of Wedding Dash. Your review works because you give it a chance and then let it dash those chances to smithereens with the broad end of the stylus. And you carry the wedding theme throughout. Well done, sir.

EDIT: My bad, I thought I saw this posted under Jason's name. The praise is for Disco, then!

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

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Author: disco
Posted: January 21, 2010 (01:10 AM)
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Thanks, dude! I thought the writing was kind of bland, but it worked well enough. Hopefully my next few reviews will turn out better.

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