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Author: EmP (Mod)
Posted: February 24, 2014 (02:05 PM)
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For every game I make sound playable, Ben's there to make it look crap.

Killer review; the fact is that Jazzpunk, by it's very nature, is going to be a huge miss for a lot of people, and you've showcased that flawlessly. Still, got to love Qake. That I can play that now right from Jazzpunk's start menu makes the rest of the title feel obsolete now.

For us. For them. For you.

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Author: Ben
Posted: February 24, 2014 (09:44 PM)
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Thanks, Gary. Glad you think the review turned out well.

The divisive games are the most interesting to write and read about, I find, and I think it's nice that there are opposing views on Jazzpunk here. It's weird - even though I had a rotten time with the game (bar Wedding Qake, obviously), I find it difficult to unconditionally warn people to stay away from it. It's an incredibly subjective experience.


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