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Author: wolfqueen001
Posted: November 12, 2011 (01:50 PM)
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I've never read Verne. Not even as a requirement in high school or something. But having read this, I suppose I should change that one day. Even if this game, and any of the others within the series, take more of an artistic license with the work, I still think it'd be neat to have something to compare to if I ever got around to playing it.

You do a good job making the world sound alive and exotic, even if it's a completely mythified (yes I just made that word up) version of the moon. I don't really know how well the game has held up over time, but I imagine it has had to have done quite well for you to praise it so well, even though this was four years ago. But, well, the game itself apparently was released in 2005... which is much more recent than I expected, so I wouldn't be surprised if time doesn't play much of a factor at all.


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