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Greetings mortals, I am DracoJames102 and I am here to give you a review.

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Crash Bandicoot was one of the Playstation’s biggest hits so naturally a sequel had to be made. Crash Bandicoot 2 was released in 1997, one year after the first game. Now when I looked at the first game, I stated that it was still good but it wasn’t the best way to get into the Crash Bandicoot franchise. Does this game make the necessary improvements that the first game needed?

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Hey guys, for this post we are going to talk about what we did back at Euro Gamer. We did loads there and we all went off to do different things, so now we’re going to talk about some select things we did and what we enjoyed the most.

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Greetings mortals. I am DracoJames102 and I am here to give you a review.

In the late 2000s, a Canadian cartoonist named Bryan Lee O’Malley published a series of graphic novels called ‘Scott Pilgrim VS. The World.’ These novels followed the story of a 23 year old boy living in Toronto called Scott Pilgrim, who is in a relationship with a girl called Ramona Flowers. But in order to keep dating her, Scott must fight and defeat the league of evil exes, which was formed by Ramona’s seven evil ex-boyfriends who were determined on sticking a knife in Scott and Ramona’s relationship. In my opinion, the comics are really good. They managed to tell a decent story with likable characters, great artwork, awesome fight scenes and a moral about letting go of self-obsession over somebody.

These graphic novels were so popular they spawned a big blockbuster movie and a video game adaptation that was released for the Xbox Live Arcade and the Playstation Network, both of which were released in 2010. For this review I am going to look at the video game adaptation of this oh-so-popular graphic novel series. Will it be a faithful adaptation or will it be added to the stinking pile of garbage where the movie licensed video games lie? This is my review of ‘Scott Pilgrim VS. The World:The Game.’

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