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Author: zigfried (Mod)
Posted: November 17, 2008 (10:28 PM)
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The link said to click on it if I disagree, but I'm going to be a rebel and say that I agree with this awesome review. I can still recite Sadler's entire adventure, even though I'm not particularly inclined to play the game again. One of my favorite scenes was Haward Bowie's surprise return appearance.

//Zig


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Author: overdrive (Mod)
Posted: November 18, 2008 (04:01 PM)
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I concur with Zig. Looks like the only real differences between this version and the Genny version I reviewed are (a) the CD enhancements like voice acting and whatnot and (b) that the drug/religion references are completely intact.

But still no difficulty past the first dungeon....


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