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Author: Germ
Posted: April 30, 2014 (10:36 AM)
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Love this review. It's filled with just enough anecdote and history to give ignorant readers (me) context to understand what it is that makes you like the game. Awesome stuff.

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Author: EmP (Mod)
Posted: April 30, 2014 (02:34 PM)
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Thank you. Late last year, I decided to play though the last four Broken Swords back-to-back, so it was all quite fresh in my mind. I will admit, I did start to panic a little when I saw I was at about 800 words and barely out of the intro ramble, so thanks for letting me know they at least had some context to them and bearing with me.

Thanks to Will while I'm here for the help with the goat images.

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