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Posted: February 19, 2014 (01:20 PM)
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Damn, this is an excellent review. As someone who didn't enjoy Jazzpunk at all, you make the game somehow sound... really fun!

I might write up my thoughts, who knows. But yes, Wedding Qake is the best thing about it.

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Author: EmP (Mod)
Posted: February 20, 2014 (04:00 AM)
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I was never going to badmouth a game after more or less the first thing it dropped on my lap was an Evil Dead 2 reference. But I can easilly see why many people would find the game a chore. I see from other reviews that a lot of players liked it more than me, but while I really enjoyed the high points, some of the getting there really dragged.

There's easilly enough room for a counter opinion -- I urge you to do so. Think of it as getting a pesky J letter out of the way. You can even use my assets.

Thanks for reading.

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