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Author: fleinn
Posted: May 10, 2010 (01:24 PM)
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"...but, it's only five minutes long."

Heheh. Nice review. Like the merciless: "if the game was made today, the developers would have been lazy!".

..It might seem unclear when you read it at first, if the game just ends after five minutes, or if you can complete it in five minutes (on a quarter), if you're really, really good.

"Problems help elevate the situation, as well: you can't tell where the track borders end,"

.."Elevation makes racing problematic..".. "Elevation raises problems with".. something like that....?


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Author: pickhut
Posted: May 10, 2010 (01:55 PM)
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Thanks for reading. I thought it was a neat game I played once or twice in a Japanese arcade back when it came out, but came to a different conclusion when I had a go with it recently.

And yeah, I could have been much clearer on both those parts. I'll add or rewrite for both. For the first, I meant you can complete the whole game in five minutes. The second one was suppose to feed off the issue talked about in the previous paragraph. I dunno why I thought using the word 'elevate', or using it in that manner, would be a good idea...


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