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Author: zippdementia
Posted: June 29, 2012 (10:59 PM)
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A game that gets wildly different reactions. Believe it or not, I tend to lean towards this reaction, maybe not quite as drastically low.


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Author: holdthephone
Posted: June 29, 2012 (11:11 PM)
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Eh, I truthfully have no idea how to work the bottom half of the scale, so take it with a grain of salt. Tons of talent seen in the project, but the package just feels extremely experimental and insincere. Doesn't have business being scored at all, in a way.

And it's weird because I thought I'd be the person to like this game when I booted it up.


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Author: zippdementia
Posted: June 30, 2012 (08:17 PM)
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I felt similarly about, um... hold on... have to look up the name of my own review.... Linger in Shadows. Admittedly that one WAS a tech demo, but I still just felt underwhelmed.


Note to gamers: when someone shoots you in the face, they aren't "gay." They are "psychopathic."


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