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Posted: July 11, 2010 (05:12 PM)
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Nice review on the whole. I found it to be an easy read, and I enjoyed some of the descriptions you gave, particularly the third paragraph.

However, I didn't get a good sense on why the 3D effects were so bad (or "cheap" and "old-school" as you described). At the moment, I'm kinda taking your word for it. Also, I spotted a small typo:

start swinging their moderatly protruding limbs in your direction

Should be "moderately".


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Author: Calvin
Posted: July 16, 2010 (02:01 PM)
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Thanks for the edit Ben.

The 3D is subtle to the point where I had to ask some other people to try the glasses on and they could barely tell it was in 3D. Whatever 3D is in the game, however, only seems to make it more difficult to shoot, so I spent the majority of the time just playing it in 2D. Kind of defeats the purpose of the game, I guess.

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