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Author: EmP (Mod)
Posted: February 10, 2018 (09:49 AM)
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You switch between number and numerals a few times throughout. Make your mind up! Is it 3 or III? No one knows.

Good work on reviewing a decent sounding pick up and play title. I know a lot of people aren't looking for the rock hard platformers of our youth, so making that point clear (while suggesting it didn't work that much for you) was well explained throughout.

Putting your own screens in, too. Perhaps if this keeps up I'll have time to write my own stuff again someday...

For us. For them. For you.

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Author: Masters (Mod)
Posted: February 11, 2018 (11:56 AM)
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Thanks, dude. I don't know where I was getting the Roman numerals from. Anyway, on to the next one towards clearing this backlog.

I don't have to prove I'm refined - that's what makes me refined!

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