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Author: Felix_Arabia
Posted: June 27, 2008 (07:30 PM)
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Haha, hilarious review! I especially liked this line:

Sion would yank off his opponent’s pants and then spank their ass cheeks with his gigantic medallion.

I found a slight mistake in your third paragraph in regards to Dominque's name. I'm kind of interested in playing this game now after you made it sound so awesome in a bad way.

I don't have to boost my review resume because I have a real resume.

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Author: Genj
Posted: June 27, 2008 (08:18 PM)
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Actually I just noticed I misspelled her name completely multiple times (it's 'Dominique').

Thanks for the kind words, but I'm not sure what about this game sounds awesomely bad. It's bad, boring, and uninspired sans the part where you find out the little girl is a robot or zombie or something.


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