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Author: JoeTheDestroyer (Mod)
Posted: November 18, 2010 (02:31 PM)
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Nice review, Pickhut. I, too, bought this game, and I too nearly got cancer reading the instruction manual.

After playing it and trying and trying and trying, I just wanted to throw myself out a window. I traded the game instead for something better. I don't remember what game I traded it for, but you can imagine that almost anything would be better.

The only thing my milkshake brings to the yard is a subpoena.

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Author: pickhut
Posted: November 19, 2010 (07:00 AM)
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Thanks, Joe.

Yeah, it was one of those games where I kept hearing was terrible, but whenever I looked at the screenshots and stuff, I kept thinking, "It can't be THAT bad." Then I played it... and couldn't believe how many things went wrong. x_X

I head spaceshit noises.

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