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Author: Suskie
Posted: June 19, 2011 (09:50 PM)
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You know, after you made such a big deal about Portal 2 not having any replay value, I'm pretty surprised you never mentioned how much Armageddon has. I rented the game and it was overdue by the time I completed it (mainly because I was still finishing up L.A. Noire when I first got it), and I still kept it for another day to beat it on Insane (and cap the achievements, which I've never done with a rental before).

Anyway, good review! I did spot a couple of typos, but I didn't make note of them and I'm too lazy to reread the review, so I guess I'm kinda useless. Armageddon wasn't received especially well by critics, so I'm glad to see I'm not the only one who enjoyed it.

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Author: pickhut
Posted: June 19, 2011 (10:29 PM)
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I figured the fact that I had so much fun fighting off the same hordes repeatedly with different tactics would've done the trick with the replay value, but I guess I could have been clearer. Thanks for reading, too!

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