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Author: hastypixels
Posted: April 14, 2019 (12:04 PM)
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You know what would go along with your well worded review very nicely? Screenshots. It aids the imagination somewhat when what comes to mind are SNK style graphics that at least in my experience vary in detail and frame count, but have a particular style.

Just something to consider. Even saying that, that was a smooth, easy read and that's a good thing.


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Author: CptRetroBlue
Posted: April 14, 2019 (12:49 PM)
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Thank you and I will try to add screenshots to some of my reviews new and old, I am still pondering how to do so here because it seems the images come out a bit too big when I had tried before but I sure will do so :)


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