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Author: threetimes
Posted: February 17, 2012 (08:31 AM)
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One of the things I loved about this game was creeping up on enemies and swiping their loot. And doing that quick flip attack from behind that laid them out in a jiffy. Interesting take on the game, although the fact it wasn't a stealth game but an excellent platformer was a plus for me. I think you underrepresent the range of locations and missions. And collecting the bottles was just so sweet.

Your scale misses out the most important thing: enjoyment!


Don't panic!


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Author: nickyv917
Posted: February 17, 2012 (12:58 PM)
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Replayability plays into how much I enjoy the game. And yes, the quick flip was fun the first time, but it got old for me after a while. Plus, I usually prefer pacifist runs, because I feel that being stealthy is a better test of skill. I still enjoyed the game, and if asked yay or nay on it, I'd say yea. It just wasn't what I was expecting it to be.


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