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The ultimate brute-force tactic gets the respect, and the game, it deserves.
There are very few games to play, huge features still aren't available, and there's no indication of change.
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A quintessential "low fantasy" series grounded in everyday realism gets reimagined as yet another story of court politics and important events.
The developer could have said nothing, but in speaking out, revealed a lot more.
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