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Author: fleinn
Posted: August 28, 2010 (02:17 AM)
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..I'm not completely sure the review explains where the game ends up between "too short", or "horribly repetitive". ..I'm sort of struggling to see the point with the game, other than "make a fun platformer, it makes money". What do you think..?

Oh, and "appearance is that of a mongoloid from medieval times". Mongol? :D

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Author: Leroux
Posted: August 28, 2010 (01:18 PM)
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"The strange thing about DeathSpank (other than the title) is that it’s a console-exclusive release based almost entirely on ideas originating from PC gaming culture."

I'm not sure I would call that strange... is it? I don't know enough about PC gaming, but as an arcade guy, there are plenty of console-exclusive releases based on ideas from that culture. I always thought PC gaming would have similar influence.

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Author: CoarseDragon
Posted: August 31, 2010 (03:36 PM)
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I would have to say the MC does not look mongoloid to me and people of that persuasion may not appreciate that comparison. The MC does however look medieval (that won't offend anyone they are all dead now).

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