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Author: Masters (Mod)
Posted: October 24, 2008 (06:14 AM)
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Ha, funny review. I did a double take when I saw this review; I thought I'd never see a review up for it until I did one, which I probably won't now. I actually reviewed Jill of the Jungle, blech. I'm not sure if your nostalgia is colouring things a bit for you on that one or if you recently replayed both of these oldies, but I found Xargon quite a bit better (I know, not saying much).

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Author: zippdementia
Posted: October 24, 2008 (02:24 PM)
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It's probably just nostalgia. Like I said, it's tough to write these old reviews without a bit of it. Or maybe the sex offender in me enjoyed playing as a bikini clad amazon more than a muscle bound archeologist.

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