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Author: Ninjamohawk
Posted: February 03, 2011 (11:17 PM)
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Very nice review. I couldn't help but agree with all of your points. I picked up the game in a steam bundle a month ago or so and it let me down within the hour.

Anyway I thought your review was very helpful to anybody on the fence.


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Author: JoeTheDestroyer (Mod)
Posted: February 04, 2011 (01:06 AM)
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Heh, thanks! I, too, bought it with a ton of games during the big Steam sale, and so far it's the first game to really disappoint me on a large scale from that group. It's a shame, too, because I'm really getting back into side scrollers since they've made a quasi-comeback.

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