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Author: EmP (Mod)
Posted: May 11, 2017 (06:19 AM)
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Just so you know, Iíll be trying to find you suggestive VNs to review in the future. I dunno; the idea just amuses me.

Itís a good rapid-fire review, too. Itís almost as if you ran through it quick to get someone off your back and so you can start bullying them to finding your something new to write about. The little shots about the target audience not kidding themselves about what theyíve purchased were perhaps the highlights; thereís no point pretending anyoneís tuned into this game for the highbrow plot. I liked the shot at the nerdy but competent sidekick trope myself, though. Gots to have someone to drive the plot forward while the writerís self insert nails all the chicks, yo.

Iím mildly impressed how you manage to write these short to-the-point reviews that still have everything you need to say in them. And thatís all your praise used up for 2017.

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