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Author: Masters (Mod)
Posted: October 06, 2012 (08:42 AM)
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Nice job, pick. It's true this game was always work; it's the first game I actually ever purchased though (and third I ever owned after Hang-On and My Hero), so it's got some nostalgic value for me. Thanks for the link to WBII, as well. That review is so ancient. I should really make some tweaks. Were I not so lazy...

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Author: pickhut
Posted: October 06, 2012 (12:47 PM)
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Heh, no problem with the link. I don't think I'm going to review Monster Land in the near future, so I figured I'll link yours instead. And yeah, I grew up with the game as well, but I could never play it for very long. Just quickly lost interest. Thanks for liking the review, too! I suddenly had an itching to review it after watching some Adventure Island videos. xD.

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