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for me Recommended means it's a good game for EVERYONE
I'm not saying that my experience is how it has to be for everybody
"Edit: Ah, here we go with the negging. I see nothing ever changes with the self-obsessed PC master race, eh?"
"Out of interest, how did it "fall through". Very intriguing/ambiguous.
Other sites have had this up for days now.
Not a great start to the new EG culture that's being instilled here..."
" No, you've locked yourself into a defensive posture there, and aren't engaging with the actual argument."
"Sequels that don't offer anything noticeably different or better than the original shouldn't get the recommended badge. It's not about "oh, I don't like sports games, but I liked Hotline Miami"."
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