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Author: Masters (Mod)
Posted: August 06, 2018 (05:42 PM)
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Nice review. I might especially appreciate it, since I was a huge fan of Another World and Flashback both. I was always interested in Blackthorne but never gave it a shot. The opening was just about to be too much ado about games that are not Blackthorne and then you got on with it, so the preamble is useful and escapes being too long by a narrow margin. The final two paragraphs are great. And also, "graft." I learned a British word! I suppose that makes me "chuffed."

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Author: EmP (Mod)
Posted: August 09, 2018 (09:32 AM)
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You already put an extra 'u' in the right words, so it's only fair and right I start teaching you the slang.

Thanks for the comments and sorry it took me so long to reply. bee bouncing a lot of little things around on my end and a bunch of stuff I could have sworn I've done remains undone. You could do yourself a favour and give both Heart of the Alien and Blackthorne a go and I doubt you'd be disappointed. Though you should also totally review the Flashback remake. It would amuse me.

Thanks for reading. Appreciate it.

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