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3:41 AM on 11.03.2013

The blog that will pierce the heavens!

How are we all, ladies and gents of C-Blogs? I, for one, am enjoying a splendid night in, as I just finished watching Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann (whew!). I know, I know, I'm unfortunately late to this particular bandwagon, and I'd always had a lingering interest in this anime. Unfortunately, for a while, I could never get past the first few episodes. But, with this vast amount of free time that has opened itself up to me recently, I decided to delve right into the universe on drills inside drills inside drills inside drills. Terrific decision, too, as I find myself in awe of the quality of this anime. It's full of classic overdone Japan stereotypes, but it makes sense this time(power is actually granted by having fighting spirit now!), fused with lovely mechas and some beautifully galactic visuals. Man, if you've been avoiding this show like I had been, please! Your life will benefit from it.

Space King Kittan is easily one of my favourites in this show. 'Dat design, fuarrk, so pretty!

On a vidjagaims related note now, I've have been sadly avoiding delving further into Final Fantasy X. For a good reason, though, I just bought Pokemon X and Wind Waker HD! It wasn't even a choice, really, when 2 of my favourite franchises release in the same month, I've gotta clear some space. Nevertheless, I've no regrets for it.

Pokemon X has definitely lived up to the hype for me, and I've been blazing through it like every other generation beforehand. I really like Gen 5, one of the reasons being that they made the decision to leave out previous generations until the post-game, which was incredible refreshing. It was like I was first getting into Pokemon again, exploring a new region with nothing but new faces. That feeling was really great and all, but I really had a case of, to quote Joni Mitchell, 'you don't know what you've got 'till it's gone', as GameFreak's inclusion of a massive Pokedex into the game blew me away. It was spending that extra time searching the many types of grass (also a neat inclusion!) to find every last Pokemon they managed to stuff into the route that hooked me. 

And now, approaching end-game, I feel great. I usually plan a team before the game's release, but this time I paraded blindly into the abyss, picking up and keeping who I loved, who contributed to the team's strength. Right now, we're sitting anxiously at the entrance to Victory Road with a Greninja, Charizard, Goodra, Scrafty, Magnezone and Aurorus, and they've all put in to get us to this point magnificently. I'm breezing through it pretty fast, which is a good and bad thing really, most likely due to my intense capturing sessions. That was also a pretty cool inclusion, gaining experience on capture of a Pokemon, but kind of made an easy game somewhat easier...

Nonetheless, loving it, and again would recommend on to others. 

And then there's good old Wind Waker. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to explore Hyrule's seas as much as I would like to as of yet, due to Pokemon reasons. But I can safely say that it's great so far. I just beat the Forsaken Fortress, and those god-damned pigs with pole-arms still make me shit 10000 bricks every time they are alerted. It's good to see none of that ol' Nintendo charm rub off with time. Game still looks like a bun out of the oven, even at wise old age of 10, as well.

I'll bring you more of my fun-times extra-hyper heaven-piercing adventures in the future, so thanks for reading!


7:33 AM on 10.26.2013

5 different things that would make amusing video games

So, after dragging that last blog post kicking and screaming into the wide world of C-Blogs, I felt incredibly driven to keep pumping out some kind of creative material. And I thought, what better way that to do some kind of list? Lists are fun, but I don't wanna go all Kotaku on you guys, so I've decided to refrain the number of items to 5. 

So from there, I decided I'd incorporate some crazy ideas I've sporadically come up with over the years for potential video games. In no particular order, mind you. Anyway, let's get started. 

5. Kill La Kill
God, I love this series. Although only 4 episodes in, Kill La Kill is one of the most distinctive anime series I have seen in some time. It’s set in what appears to be some kind of post-apocalyptic Japan dominated by the dictator-like student council of the local high school. The school has special uniforms for it’s more prestigious students, that grant them superhuman powers. However, an anarchic (yes, do I do love my freedom fighters) transfer student named Ryuko Matoi, wielding half a giant scissor blade and an insanely powerful version of said uniforms called a Godrobe, sets out to find the one who killed her father and ultimately free the school from it’s tyrannical rulers.
This series rarely takes itself series, which is a refreshing thing to see in a modern anime series. All the episodes so far have featured some kind of ‘boss’ fight with a uniform wielder, the latest depicting a day where the School sets up a series of crazy inhuman traps, in an attempt to forcibly make them late for class, and furthermore expel them. I can definitely see some potential for a damn cool 2D brawler/platformer in the vein of Scott Pilgrim or They Bleed Pixels, with some kind of RPG element as to levelling up your uniform and fighting skills.
Also, this.

Seriously, if you haven't watched this series, get into it. It's really great.

4. Devil Dinosaur and Moon-Boy
For those who have lived their life in ignorance of Devil Dinosaur up to this point, let me enlighten you.  You may think that Marvel Comics have produced some enjoyable, complex and to an extent, 'badass' characters like the X-Men, Iron Man and such, but none of them are really in the same league as Devil Dinosaur. Devil Dinosaur and his lesser-known-but-equally-amazing partner Moon-Boy, are native to a parallel world called ‘Dinosaur World’, where Dinosaurs co-exist with a primitive form of humans. Devil Dinosaur, himself, is essentially a mutant, as at a young age, he was exposed to a foreign fire element, changing his skin colour from an olive green to a hellish, blazing red, and gave him extraordinary powers. He is also coined as being ‘smarter than the average dinosaur’, and is a product of Marvel’s fantastic 1970s ‘bronze age’.
I don’t know about you, but I can see some serious potential for an amazing video game here, if done right. Devil Dinosaur, and his partner Moon-Boy have some awesome stories to draw upon, in both their own world and in the mainstream Marvel universe. I think a number of genres would make these characters shine, such as again, the Metroidvania style, maybe even a 3rd person action game, heck, I suppose even an RPG would be interesting. It’d be awesome to see this in some dirty, ink-heavy cel-shaded graphics as well, or some neat sprite-based graphics, depending on the genre. Seriously, I think a lot of lesser-known Marvel properties have so much potential in video games, but really, what better way to start than Devil Dinosaur and Moon-Boy?

3. Django Unchained
Now, I don’t necessarily mean adapting the movie itself into a video game. That would be questionable move to make, at best. But the setting, oh boy, the setting. I can see some insane fast-paced Assassin’s Creed style gameplay, mixed with third-person shooter and bullet hell elements really making this game shine. The exaggerated use of blood that is a common theme in Tarantino films would also make this super-cool as well. And to top it off, the movie’s amazing-yet-slightly-inaccurate old-western setting. Really outstanding ‘cowboy’ games are few and far between these days, but they have been proven to be really quite outstanding at times (see Red Dead Redemption). I’d like to see a game of this type really push this concept into more types of video games.
And god, the potential for multiplayer! I’m really feeling some Anarchy Reigns vibes would fit right in here. Fast paced, bloody, over the top gunplay and vast, desert-y and western environments, really, it just feels right to make this a thing. Some movie references would be neat, too.
'Oh, I'ma go walking in the moonlight with you'
'You wanna hold my hand?'


Alternatively, I have never played Red Dead Redemption, and I could just be listing off elements of the game. But hey, Jamie Foxx shooting up white guys, amirite?

2. A Bonsai Tree growing sim
Alright, hear me out here. So I got one of these things last year for my birthday, and damn, they really require a certain skilful hand to grow them. Unfortunately, my underworked green-thumb and busy schedule led to me neglecting the poor thing. But I’ve always had a lingering interest in these plants. There’s an insane amount of attention to detail required, but it can be incredibly rewarding. Through many different means, you can shape and ultimately grow your bonsai to whatever you want it to look like. Many people accessorise their trees, and put them in large pots, where they create small ponds, parks, and essentially create a really pretty scene. 
For example 

It’s such a special and complex method, it would really translate beautifully in to a video game.

I can see it now. A beautiful, yet calm, serene oriental themed soundtrack playing as you carefully craft your own collection of virtual mini-trees. A careful attention to detail in the soft, illuminated, yet intricate graphics.  Watching over time as your plants grow, and are shaped by your creative thinking. Maybe even showing them at some kind of in game bonsai fashion contest? Regardless, I can see this being a very calming and serene game. Please, someone, make it happen.

1. This here Duck Water Jug and Iguana Hand Puppet
C’mon guys. Tell me you don’t see potential here. Right before your very eyes, you have the next Banjo-Kazooie, mixed with Tokyo Jungle. A tale of two star-crossed lovers meeting in the midst of civil war, Duck and Iguana can, no, will take your breath away. It uses stunning, realistic platforming physics. It has realistic and believable villainy afoot. It could truly be a work of genius and innovation.
Duck and Iguana is love, Duck and Iguana is life.   read

1:09 AM on 10.25.2013

C-Blogs are cool! (Again!)


Seeing Andy's post, I flew off my chair with inspiration, and rocketed into space. Taking some notes from various interdimensional entities, I calmly re-entered this atmosphere, and decided to make my own contribution to our decidedly quiet community. So! Here's what's been happening in my own life that may or may not involve video games!

To start on a related note, my end-of-year uni exams have finished, which means I've found a large amount of free time to clear out my backlog. Yeah, that demon we all have, and apparently a lot of us are over eager to share their own. Which is great! We all deserve a pat on the back for acknowledging our shared weakness, and actively trying to confront it. Well done, team. 

So about a year ago, I bought a PS2 Slim from a garage sale, for $20 (Nice!), and have been scouring 2nd hand shops and the such for some classics. I managed to rack up a decent number of games, including MGS 3, Dragon Quest 8, Rogue Galaxy, Kingdom Hearts, and a few others. Firstly, though, on my cousin's recommendation (he's quite the JRPG enthusiast), I've been smashing through the bulky, titanic mass of Final Fantasy X. And yes, I am aware it is being re-released in HD, but due to my budget and lack of PS3, I'm more than happy with this version.

This scene ranked among one of the more truly horrifying things I have seen in a video game

This entry was quite a step away from the previous FF games, as I'm sure many of you know, and not just in the graphics department. I'm only about 15-20 hours into it so far, but I'm really enjoying it. One new aspect, however, the voice acting, is questionable. Very questionable. It's truly a wondrous thing to find myself able to endure those painfully staccato, awkward Tidus-Yuna interaction scenes. I suppose that's why I, and many others, preferred the silence of previous entries. We could read and enjoy at our own pace without any discomfort. But it does have some high points... right? I mean, Wakka is entertaining for a while, right? Right???????

The game does excel in many other points, however, such as the deceptively simple Sphere Grid. It's a really streamlined approach to levelling, and the use of key spheres really shake things up. It's quite a satisfying feeling to progress further and further, and watch your skill tree really expand into a beautifully complex pattern. And it's really pleasant, albeit somewhat tiring at times, to watch Yuna summon her Aeons. Admittedly I am only at the point where I have 2 unlocked, but both are equally entertaining and exhilarating. 

The whole island theme up to this point so far is really nice as well, and the use of Sin as a kind of 'natural disaster' is interesting. I'm really looking forward to seeing how this game progresses. No spoilers pls!

Back to the header pic, and on an unrelated note, I've been delving into the beautiful world of DC Vertigo this past year. Seriously, those who enjoy comics even the slightest amount should look into some of these series. Animal Man, Sandman, Fables, Preacher, Swamp Thing, Transmetropolitan, Doom Patrol... This is a publisher that really goes the extra mile for interesting and innovative new styles. And then there's The Invisibles. I picked up the omnibus a few weeks ago, and it is a truly unique beast. Benny Disco recently discussed what the 'punk rock' of the gaming world is, and I think I can safely say this series is one of the more punk comic books out there, if not the most (sorry Punk Rock Jesus, I haven't read you yet!)

This book is an insane combination of psychedelia, supernatural, super-spy and action, and essentially did The Matrix before the Matrix did. It discusses an anarchical group operating outside of society's awareness called the Invisibles, who are fighting to stop the world from being controlled behind the scenes by huge corporate organisations. It has amazing character development, and some really cool visuals reminiscent of the better side of 90s graphic novel art. Admittedly, it can be quite hard to follow at times, typical of infamous Grant Morrison's writings, but it really rewards you for over-analysis. 

It's really great fun to watch the arguably centre character Dane McGowan/Jack Frost develop into a more mature and powerful character from the rebellious, distasteful youth he first appears to be. And it's absolutely incredible exploring the huge mythology behind this story, from Lord Fanny's (yes, that is her name) delightfully crazy origin story, to the sheer appearance of gods like The King-Of-All-Tears. If you have a taste for delightfully crazy and incredible stories, I would definitely advise this as a read. If you have a reasonable amount of money to spare, I'd also advise investing in the huge, wrist-breaking omnibus. Check out it's lovely thickness~!

Aaaaaaaand that's about all I have to talk about today. But I'll try to contribute more to C-Blogs! For science!   read

7:25 AM on 01.15.2013

It's late (for australians)

And I can't sleep, and I have to be up at 6:30 for a rehearsal for some gig I didn't even want to play. The songs in the setlist are awful too. So naturally, I'm gonna post a blog. About stuff I've been doing. Cause that's what blogs are for!

About 20 minutes ago, I got back from driving to a friend's house to give him money I owed him. He also gave me two PS2 games; Dragon Quest VIII and Rogue Galaxy.

I've been planning to write a small journal type blog detailing my recent foray into the MMO DC universe online. Not that I like DC ('cept for Batman), but I can dig super hero MMOs. Guess I'll work more on that.

I just ate some fine toast as well. Wholemeal, and baked fresh this morning from the asian bakery near my apartment. Gotta give those guys credit, they work wonders with dough and water etc etc

I also killed this one cockroach in my kitchen in the process. Motherfuckin' insects, yo.

I also totally destroyed a record player I ordered online the other day. The fact that voltage supplied here compared to America slipped my mind and I plugged it in and pshew. Had to wrap it up and send it back for another due to 'faulty product'. Amazon better damn pay my shipping.

I'm also waiting on my copy of The Silmarillion to arrive. Watching The Hobbit re-sparked my lust for Middle Earth lore, so I bought it for like $5 online. But it was sold out, so I have to wait nearly another 2 weeks. Damn.

I guess that's all


11:00 PM on 01.11.2013

The Struggles of Completion

Hi there, my name is RadChiefDude, and I'm an OCD game completionist. If that's a thing.

I mean, on the surface, this isn't necessarily a bad thing right?


So, we're all struggling to get rid of those hefty backlogs we developed over Christmas/Steam Holiday sale, right? I know I am. I purchased around 15 games, including BIT.TRIP.RUNNER for just over $50, I think (bargain!) and got a Wii U with New Super Mario Bros and Nintendo Land. So here I am, spending my holidays playing these games. And whilst playing BTR, I realised something as I attempted a level for the 100th time. Why am I going to such an effort to get every coin and every upgrade in every ridiculous level? Why am I withering away my precious holiday time away on trying to 100% complete all these games I bought?

On reflection, I realised I have been doing this with nearly all of the games I've bought over the past year. I bought that cheap Borderlands 2 in the sale. Clocked around 10 hours into it, and spent the majority of that time completing every fucking side quest I came across. Normally, I would be okay with this, if it was the only game I was playing at the time. But these days, balancing my social life, my gaming life, and my work life is a tremendous effort. And it doesn't help that I have all these games I want to complete, with the fear of increasing my already dangerous backlog.

This is also reflective of my weird relationship with RPGs. Every now and then, I feel a little adventurous. I feel like playing a good J/RPG. Except when I play it, it's comparable to, I dunno, a wife-beating relationship? The game knows my weaknesses. It beats me, with it's massive playtime requirements, and even bigger selection of optional quests to get me distracted. Most of the time, I get so frustrated that I give up and leave. Maybe I'll spend some time with my other, more sympathetic partners, consisting of platformers and nice, linear, mainstream Nintendo games. But the devious RPG lies in wait, because it knows I'll come crawling back for more.

The current offender these days is Xenoblade Chronicles. With it's incredible internet acclaim, how could I not play it? But I've been finding myself on and off the game for ages now, only now am I starting to find myself in a decent rhythm of playing it before I go to bed every day. Except this relates back to the main problem - I've spent so little time on the everything but the main quest, and at the rate I'm playing, It's going to take aaaaages to finish.

I guess the point of all this is to try and establish some sort of belated New Year's Resolution - to stop spending so much time on my first run through of games. Flog through the main quest first, and then If I liked it, have another, more complete run through. Yeah. Nice.

Well, here's to a 12 day late Happy New Year to you guys.   read

1:25 AM on 01.07.2013

A Late Introduction (I love you guys)

Hey, Destructoid!

So I'm sure none of you know me, maybe a couple of you know me as 'that guy that comments sometimes lol', or 'that guy that posted some blogs that were ok i guess'. I never really introduced myself to the community, and after reading so much more community blogs than I used to, I've decided to give you guys a formal introduction. I feel I owe it to you after stalking the hell out of some of youse guyses blogs.

I'm Rowan, or Radchiefdude, or Radchief to some extent. I guess I just really like the first letter of my name or something. I like video games and arty things too, and I like to intertwine these interests a lot. I'm a huge fan of the indie gaming community, and play a lot of their genuine, 'tough-as-nails' products. I really enjoy the fact that, whilst playing said indie games, the developer has put all their creativity and effort into it, not like some fab AAA company releasing half baked mediocre crowd pleasers. Of course, I do enjoy a good popular game every now and then, I'm a pretty big Nintendo fan, like the rest of my family, probably because we grew up with all their products. I like to think of myself as a hardcore Zelda fan, but really, with all these people out there doing speedruns and long plays and such, I find it hard to determine what is really hardcore anymore.

I wet my man-pants when I saw this little tease here

I really like good music also. I tend to think of myself as accepting and appreciative of all genres of music, except some of this trashy R&B and terrible rap that pops up all the time. I guess, to put it short, I'm one of those people who worships Neutral Milk Hotel's In The Aeroplane Over The Sea, and in contrast, I also love the stylings of the Madvillain's self titled album. In relation to what we talk about on this website, I really dig game music. I find a lot of Overclocked remixes or whatever they're called ending up in my iTunes library, I especially loved the Zelda 25th anniversary remix album they came up with last year. Thunderstruck was amazing. Going back to my other tastes, I'm also really supportive of Australia's independent music scene, considering I too am from that country. Here's an example of what we can produce down here.

In addition to being a gamer, I'm also an impulsive buyer. With a steam account. And the last 2 weeks were ridiculous, as I'm sure most of you can relate. I mean, Darksiders collection for like, $13? How could I not? I guess I'm also a Marvel fanboy, I read lots of comics. I tend to find myself engrossed in some kind of X-Men or other mutant related title, I'm also really enjoying the current All New X-Men series. I work as a Barista too, and the reason why this is related is because recently i've been experimenting with my 'latte art', and just yesterday produced this, which is hopefully the herald of many more to come.

it's mario, in case no one else but myself can interpret my own art

I guess I plan to contribute to the community, I dunno, creative things? I'll post way more video game/pop culture character cappucinos (I'm currently working on a Finn and Jake for when a pair of my friends visit me at work), and I record music a lot, so I'll probably end up making something video game related for you all to listen to in the future some time. I might also make one of those interesting, controversial and original video game related essays that you guys soak up. Admittedly, I love them too, I really respect all the writing talent this community houses! Either this, or I'll end up remaining Dtoid's resident lurker. Nonetheless, thanks for reading my belated introduction!   read

6:32 AM on 11.26.2012

Freakin' nostalgia, why you gotta sway me so hard

Soooooo I know how notorious Japan can be for creating poor licensed games, but then i saw this and

and my head exploded and dem graphics and wowowowow i'm such a digimon nerd please take me

Unfortunately, I also know how notorious Japan is for keeping all their licensed games to themselves, so this makes me really depressed. Still, it's a popular franchise in Japan, and since it is based on the original and most popular series, one would assume that it would be a hit in both there and western countries. So I have my hope! I'm gonna go slave away in my room rewatching the original series.   read

4:18 PM on 11.08.2011

Opposing the expected - My experience with Call of Duty

Yesterday was a fairly significant event in terms of modern video games. The next installment of the widely acclaimed Call of Duty series was released, and the fans went berserk. The game was a success, boasting a short but powerful conclusion to the Modern Warfare series and what is apparently the pinnacle of Call of Duty online multiplayer. Nearly all of my friends rushed to the nearest retailer to purchase a copy.

I accompanied them on their short trip, with my intentions unsure. I guess wouldn't have minded getting the game itself, but I wasn't a fan of spending a large amount of money on a game I don't really like. And here's where the issue begins, I don't like fun video games?! Am I ill?

We reached EB games, which was packed full of wanting CoD fans. I cautiously grappled my cash and searched for a better purchase. All of my friends walked over to the counter with a copy of the game immediately, so I quickly followed. One by one, they handed over their cash in exchange for the game. Soon it was my turn to pay up.

The cashier woman didn't hesitate. 'Same as them?' I thought for a moment, looking around the store, and came up with my answer.

'No, actually, i'd just like to pre-order Zelda Skyward Sword'

The lady looked slightly surprised, but completed my request. I walked away with my receipt to meet my friends. They looked at what I had and grinned. One of them said, 'Man, only you would walk into a store full of people wanting CoD and get Zelda instead.'

And that's where I once again come to the topic of this article - apparently this is an issue to some people?

Just to clarify - None of this is because I hate Call of Duty. I do not hate Call of Duty, I do happen to own Modern Warfare 2 and Black Ops - I just don't play or enjoy them as much as I would do with other games. So don't just think of me as a hater who's complaining about the series.

The ironic thing is that that no matter how much I seem to pass off these games, I always seem to end up owning one, whether it is on my own account, or a gift from a friend trying to convince me to play (usually the latter).

My experience started some time ago when I was invited some time ago to a friend's insanely nerdy party at an internet cafe, where we all hunched up behind a computer and played us 'dem videya gaems. We started off playing a huge session of DoTA and Left 4 Dead. It was all very enjoyable, when the person next to me, who was browsing the list of available games, suggested we play some Call of Duty 4. Everyone agreed, so we proceeded to play it. It was fun for a while, and everyone was really enjoying it, but after a while, I found myself feeling bored of the repetitive gameplay, and convinced some other people to move over to another section of the cafe with me. Together, we enjoyed an antisocial session of Battle for Middle Earth 2, while the majority of the party remained playing CoD 4.

Of course, I can't argue that DoTA or Left 4 Dead may not share the same repetitive values that Call of Duty had at the time, they probably do for a lot of other gamers. I just think that they're a lot more fun and challenging than mindless shooting.

One thing I do have a problem with though, and I know that this argument has been expressed many times over on this website and probably lots of others, is the fact that children half my age are abusing these types of games - Call of Duty, Grand theft Auto and what not. My issue is not that they are playing them, though, but the fact that they could be having so much more fun playing games that I was exposed to when I was a wee boy, and their parents wouldn't constantly bicker about their suitability for their children.

When I was a child, I was fascinated by nearly every Nintendo game, and a ton of RPGs. I don't see why kids couldn't be playing something like Final Fantasy (Which in my opinion, is a lot more fun and challenging) instead of Call of Duty. But again, I guess if they really enjoy it, and their parents are fine with it, I can't really judge (although that is a strange method of parenting).

It's not that I hate Call of Duty, or the amount of time I've spent playing it, it's just that I think that there are a lot more games out there that are so much better, and deserve nearly twice the popularity and fame that CoD receives. I'd like to hear your opinions, though, what do you think of Call of Duty?   read

7:20 PM on 09.21.2011

Exploring Xenoblade

Ok, so admittedly I haven't played through very much of this game, I have been busy with a lot of other things this week, but I did feel it necessary to post a blog on how much I really have enjoyed this game since I have bought it. AND I REALLY HAVE!

To be completely honest, a lot of reaaaaally long games I tend to stop playing about half way through. I never finished FFXIII, for example, but that was probably also 'cause the game was absolute shite. This game, on the other hand, with its nigh unlimited exploration options, unique voice acting and creative weaponry, despite how long it may be (supposedly over 80 hours of gameplay!), I will try my hardest to finish.

A lot of people will complain about the graphics of this game. 'Why the fuck is it in standard definition and why is it on the wii' and all that. To be honest, as much as standard definition games tend to be an eyesore for people nowadays, I think it's actually one of the better looking games period, once you get used to the edgy-ness and blurred faces.

Another great factor of this game, is the fact that essentially everything you see, you can explore, which is the main feature of my article. At first, I was a little tentative, but I first discovered the possibilities walking across a bridge back to the main town. So, usually, take for example in a lot of 3D Final Fantasy games, you can walk across the bridge and marvel at all the surroundings around the bridge, but you are, unfortunately, limited to walking across the bridge. With Xenoblade, however, one can actually jump over the side of the bridge, swim around the lake underneath, find access to secret areas that are usually unseen from the casual bypasser, It's all so huge!

I would talk further into this subject, but i'm limited to my time a home at the moment, so I will probably further expand on this game in the future.   read

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