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Author: JoeTheDestroyer (Mod)
Posted: March 11, 2011 (10:27 PM)
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Excellent review! I've never played the arcade version, but I wouldn't fathom it being much different from the TG16 version.

Vigilante is a very bad game. In fact, it is the foremost example of a bad beat ‘em up that can be found, a lopsided column of sticks and mud between two gleaming towers. It is the town drunk in the stocks, on display for all to see what sorts of buffoonery in this genre will not be tolerated. Name any bad beat ‘em up. Its missing chromosomes are due to mating with this mess.

This paragraph is a whole lot of awesome.

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

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Author: Masters (Mod)
Posted: March 15, 2011 (05:36 AM)
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Yup, this whole review is full of win.

I don't have to prove I'm refined - that's what makes me refined!

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