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I think you're spot here Vader. I 've enjoyed the game myself and played thorugh 3 times so far. The amount of backtracking you have to do to solve the few puzzles put me in mind of the Dizzy games from the old 8-bit days, almost like padding the game out to make it last longer. I enjoyed the little morality tales for each character but overall their was something a little lacking that you would expect from the guys behind this game.
Given the price, I don't regret pre-ordering the game, especially as I flogged the TF2 pre-order bonuses on the Steam market for half of the price of the game.



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Vader [STAFF] Feb 02 2013, 12:11 pm EST
Yeah, but it's almost like I yearn for something more. It's Ron Gilbert. They should never have told us Ron was involved with the development. Maybe my expectations were too high.
Reikhardt Feb 02 2013, 01:58 pm EST
I completely agree, I wanted more too. There just isn't enough dialogue for staters. It's hard to really emphasise with the characters as they never speak or emote on their stories. I also found that there were minimal laughs, which I never expected from a Ron Glbert game.

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