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Author: wolfqueen001
Posted: August 06, 2010 (07:34 AM)
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This is a pretty cool review once it gets going, but uh... It's Elder Scrolls, not Enchanted Scrolls, hahaha. =P

I think I remember this game being reviewed on the old Toonami program years and years ago and I remember being intrigued by it. I'd completely forgotten about it until now, though I am sad to see that the game wasn't as good as I originally remember hearing.

[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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Author: bloomer
Posted: August 06, 2010 (07:57 PM)
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However, Summoner 2 rocks.

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