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Author: CoarseDragon
Posted: May 04, 2011 (03:15 PM)
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If you believe the magazine neer-do-well is spelled ne'er-do-well.

"but a bit more of the pessimism and self-deprecation that can colour modern British life in a less than desirable location" At the begining that might read better if you used "with" instead of "a".

Otherwise pretty well writen. Do you plan on doing the whole series?

Age is a condition not a state of mind.

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Author: PAJ89
Posted: May 06, 2011 (10:14 AM)
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Thanks. I do plan on reviewing the future titles. I do have a bad habit of intending to review games and then not following up, but the episodic nature of the game means I'm more likely to keep to it.

I was actually thinking of cutting that sentence and having it end on "British life." I didn't want to sound like my mother and be all "Britain's gone to the dogs" so I added that last bit on. But on second read I may take it out.

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