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Author: wolfqueen001
Posted: June 13, 2010 (10:24 AM)
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Hm... I personally think this review is better for the niche who would actually appreciate it. While it's not as technical (especially with terminology and explanations of mechanics and the like) as your review of the console version, it's still a little too heavy for me to get completely into. That's not necessarily a bad thing; it just means it didn't do a whole lot for me, though I can say that I do get a good picture of what the game looks like. I am left wondering, though, that if this is basically the same as the console version (with perhaps even more features, as you mention patches), why you scored it slightly lower. That's just a curiosity thing more than anything else, though; I don't want to start an unnecessary debate about the relevancy of scores and the like.

[Eating EmP's brain] probably isn't a good idea. I mean... He's British, which means his brain's wired for PAL and your eyes are NTSC. - Will

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