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Author: pickhut
Posted: June 19, 2011 (09:25 AM)
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Finally got a chance to read this review after finishing and submitting mine, since I make it a habit not to read other reviews of the same game I'm currently writing for. It was a fun read, and it was interesting reading what you enjoyed about the game and so on. Though, I'm in disagreement that the game would've completely fallen apart without the addition of the Magnet Gun. I still had plenty of enjoyment with the other weapons inlcuded in the game, and I had no trouble completely destroying an area without that lone weapon's use.

Still, good review. I dunno if you'll like Guerrilla, though, since it doesn't include said weapon. But a lot of things explode and crumble as much in that game as in this one.

I head spaceshit noises.

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Author: Suskie
Posted: June 19, 2011 (11:56 AM)
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I don't think it would have COMPLETELY fallen apart, just that it would have been pretty homogenous with every other shooter out there. The draw for me wasn't simply destroying the environments; it was using them as weapons. Still, I was very pleasantly surprised by the game. Crazy that it wound up being more fun than Dead Space 2, Dragon Age II and L.A. Noire.

Thanks for reading, by the way! I'll be sure to read yours at some point today.

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