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Author: aschultz
Posted: July 29, 2010 (05:07 PM)
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This is my favorite of your three reviews from July 4-10 (with Castlevania and II.) Perhaps it's because it's about a game that can have more than a story, so the story-style works a bit better. Castlevania's probably already had story reviews, or reviews describing its basics in different ways so maybe it's farmed out a bit. I like the semi-storytelling style and while other people have done it too you tend to be more story-heavy, which isn't just a neat difference for the same of difference.

I'd be interested in you taking this approach with an obscure NES game you like. Actually, I imagine you probably already have & I just need to look to find it.


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