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Author: threetimes
Posted: December 28, 2011 (08:21 AM)
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One or two things: you sometimes repeat words eg: "all three films" in the second paragraph and "cartoony" in the second to last, when it's really redundant.

I thought the first paragraph was weak, with "I don't know"," I'm not sure", and that initially put me off reading the review. I'd cut that out or make a stronger statement - how the films have gained a cult following over the years and why that might be. (They are that good!)

I'd have liked to see some examples of the puzzles to illustrate your point about how it all works, or doesn't sometimes. Did you manage that trophy in Doc's lab the first time? I found that one very frustrating cos of the controls and camera angles.

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