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Author: CptRetroBlue
Posted: May 08, 2019 (11:21 PM)
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Nowadays RPGs hand you everything on a silver platter. Those wussy whippernaspers have it easy :p


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Author: overdrive (Mod)
Posted: May 10, 2019 (04:45 PM)
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Other than the whole "play it through to the end" thing, I have kind of the same relationship with this game. I tried it once and gave up shortly after going through Mr. Crazy Guy's tunnel early on. I tried it again and was making good progress (in Climitrol or whatever it's called), but the computer I was using stopped working. I currently own it on Sonic's Ultimate Genesis collection, but haven't started it and, man, with these more grueling games, if I'm making progress and something beyond my control cuts that short, it gets really questionable whether I'll ever start it up again.


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