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Author: overdrive (Mod)
Posted: August 21, 2012 (08:14 AM)
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I'd reviewed that horrible SNES Sengoku game. Reading this made me read that. Reading that kinda made me cringe. Not horrible, but back then I was a lot more rambling with my reviews a lot of the time. Sounds like I enjoyed the NEO Sengokus a decent bit more than you (at the least, I loved the trippy "go from city streets to mystical cloud worlds" theme), but you probably made a better case for your argument with this review than I did with my GF-exclusive SHORT SECTIONED REVIEW EXTRAVAGANZA for the NEO version.

At the least, your dislike (or at least apathy) towards the NEO version really helped out in making your points against this port. Particularly when you mention that things like defeated foes being sucked into the underworld weren't brought over...that just says "look, one of the few cool things about the game didn't even make it here....WHYYYYY!!!!!"

Good stuff.


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