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Title: Epejumalat Monet Tesse Muinen Palveltin Lauran Ja Lesse
Posted: May 05, 2007 (05:18 AM)
Finally finished my MOTO review, which was just another project, among many, involving ninjas either literally or metaphorically. I still can't figure out how to focus and stick to a writing regimen, or stop thinking about ninjas. Oh well, at least it got finished, unlike the expansive MGS2 review -- three years in the making -- still sitting in "My Documents"...

In other news, my awesome boss has been sacked and replaced with a crazy androgynous number-cruncher from our Pearl City store. She's driving me insane and in turn I'm taking 10 times as many smoke breaks as I used to. God damn it.

EmPUser: EmP
Posted: May 05, 2007 (06:46 AM)
I take loads of smoke breaks at work. I hope that no on realises that I don't smoke anytime soon.

GenjUser: Genj
Posted: May 05, 2007 (10:55 AM)
Here is my quick review for MGS2:


= MGS2

Felix_ArabiaUser: Felix_Arabia
Posted: May 05, 2007 (07:05 PM)
Do what?

johnny_cairoUser: johnny_cairo
Posted: May 06, 2007 (06:17 PM)
Yes, but how do you even begin to comprehend the events which unfold aboard Arsenal Gear (and the several stages of its "digestive tract")? I'm getting a headache just remembering the endgame.

carcinogen_crushUser: carcinogen_crush
Posted: May 07, 2007 (08:47 PM)
Who knows?

I always thought it was something along the lines of Philip Dick's 'I Hope I Shall Arrive Soon'. I know the game tells you what's what supposedly, but for me, it doesn't tie together that well.

Especially in the scene where Snake and Raiden are standing on a central street in Manhattan, while people run around completely oblivious to em.

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