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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 04:23pm 08/07/10 | 2 Comments
The recent discovery of undercover Russian spies, posing as Average Joe America in the United States caused us to conduct our own internal investigation - could there be a sleeper KGB operative within AusGamers?

Strolling up to Kosta who was suspiciously reading a socialist newspaper on a park bench, I casually asked "vodka eases the pain of loss, but not the pain of a Singularity?". He immediately arose from the bech, robot like and spouted "must crush capitalism" over and over again before sitting down at his computer and churning out today's Singularity review. We've since reported him to ASIO - stay tuned for Smirnoff-boarding updates.

Click here for Comrade Kosta's full review.



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m3nt4l
Posted 04:39pm 08/7/10
I agree

I'm maybe halfway through playing it now and its great fun, a bit linear in places but fun

Steve Farrelly
Posted 05:24pm 08/7/10
my two favourite lines in this review are:

"Without interrupting the action, your players will be listening to tales from a bygone era, and learning a thing or two in the process. You can't put a price on a good education, and at the low price of $9.99, they're a steal!"

and

Go play 'Braid 2: The Dreadlocks of Time'
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