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Author: honestgamer (Mod)
Posted: September 19, 2017 (03:47 PM)
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This is one game I used to want to rent, but somehow I always wound up with something else instead (and I didn't even get to rent except a few times each summer, since I lived out in the middle of nowhere). Then I bought it fairly recently for cheap, but I haven't played it because I don't have my NES hooked up. It always looked kind of interesting but also kind of generic, so this review did a nice job of confirming my suspicions and setting my expectations without making me think I'll never play it. After all, surely I can spare an hour or so to thoroughly satisfy that curiosity. Thanks for sharing your review, which told me basically everything I could have wanted to know!


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