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Author: Masters (Mod)
Posted: November 17, 2008 (06:34 AM)
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Nice review. I haven't played either game, despite owning a 360 (what's wrong with me, I know), but I picked them both up the other day and plan to get busy shortly.

There are a few grammar issues in the first paragraph but I'm too lazy right now to pick them out, sorry.

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

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Author: pickhut
Posted: November 18, 2008 (06:54 PM)
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Thanks, and I really do prefer the first game, even if it does has its own problems. The sequel really does feel really lazy at times. There sure seems to be a lot of disappointing sequels that came out this year. You know something's wrong when I think that Mega Man 9 was the most enjoyable sequel I've played this year, which I consider to be highly overrated.

I head spaceshit noises.

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