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Author: honestgamer
Posted: November 22, 2022 (01:57 PM)
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This is a terrific review that makes me want to play the game and maybe finally finish it. I've never made it especially far into IV, despite loving the stuffing out of VI. I did find one very minor error you might want to fix, however: "Character come and go, and sometimes..." You meant for "character" to be plural there. A little later, you used "come and go" after having just used it previously, so it just feels like the last part of that paragraph slipped through without the great editing that got applied to the rest of the review. Anyway, let me stress it again: great job on this one! You definitely told me what I need to know!

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