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Author: mrmiyamoto
Posted: November 03, 2013 (03:37 AM)
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I rather liked this review on the whole, as you explained the gameplay styles nicely, and gave me a good understanding of the different change-ups present throughout. I did, however, find your conclusion to be rather truncated (perhaps the awkward parentheses to end it lent to this as well), and also thought the "this reviewer believes this..." tactic didn't really flow well. All in all, you pretty well made me feel like I played the game myself, which speaks volumes about the thoroughness of the review. Nice work.


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