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Submitted by IDFinners 1157d ago | review

Thomas Was Alone – Then He Was Reviewed (Just Press Start)

Finners of Just Press Start writes:

"Ian felt somewhat inadequate. His preview had been filled with praise, but its speculative nature had since proven to be rather shallow and uninspired. It was all Mike’s fault, he knew that at least. It was Mike’s world after all, it was his ingenuity that had exposed Ian’s failings and that can’t be considered his fault can it? Consoling himself with this fallacy, Ian continued to write… noting with curiosity and suspicion that as he did the words progressed down and to the right – He wasn’t sure why, but that seemed important." (PC, Thomas Was Alone) -

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