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PolarityGamers Review - Tales of the Monkey Island: Chapter 1

Guybrush Threepwood, Mighty Pirate! In Launch of the Screaming Narwhal!

Almost 2 decades ago, LucasArts released an awesome Adventure series : Monkey Island. Now nine years has passed since the last Monkey Island game. Does Tales of the Monkey Island still have enough humor and mystery to attract players to shipped out 35$ for 5 monthly episodic content? or does this game bound to sink and end up in Davy Jone's locker?

+ Amazing Puzzle
+ Great, Funny Dialogues
+ Old-School Point N Click adventure
+ Addictive
- A bit hard for younger players
- Cliff-Hanger

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Shnazzyone2541d ago (Edited 2541d ago )

I understand someone is pimping their site and i'm okay with that but someone please explain to this person how singular and plural nouns and pronouns work, because this guy doesn't seem to get it. In fact, it seems grammar is not the forte of this particular site. After reading the first paragraph i had to doublecheck to make sure this wasn't translated by google from korean or something.

If the guy who owns the site is reading this (and i'm absolutely sure he is since the oldest news posting on that site is from 3 days ago) then might i suggest running future articles either through MS Word's grammar check and/or getting someone who can proofread for you. Because this site is off to a pretty bad start thusfar.

Shnazzyone2540d ago

all the proof you need is above... for one dialogue is already plural. No need to put an s behind it. Also great and funny shouldn't be separated by a comma unless there is a third part to that list. The way to make it grammatically correct is to say "great and funny dialogue". Don't even get me started on the rest of it. So very bad.

I'm just giving you some tips before you get it worse from people who are far ruder and unpleasant then I am... C'mon who would disagree with a valid issue with article grammar unless you are the person who wrote/posted it. I recommend just fixing it on your site.