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Submitted by H2OAcidic 484d ago | review

Rise of the Triad (PC) Review | Marooners' Rock

Chris writes:

"There were pros and cons to attending the school where my father taught. The biggest con, of course, was that all of my other teachers knew where to find one of my parents immediately and conveniently. The pros, in my opinion, outweighed the cons. I had an on-site ATM for lunch and vending machine money. I had a ride to and from school every day. Most importantly, my dad was friends with the computer lab teacher. This meant that during lunch, after school, and even during some class periods, I was able to subvert the networked computer lab for my own dastardly purposes. More often than not, that meant playing LAN games of Rise of the Triad with a group of friends." (PC, Rise of the Triad) -

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