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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:37am 28/10/09 | 0 Comments
Kosta has been slogging it out on Aion ever since he started playing - prior to its official AU release date - and has finally put an end to his review period of the game. It's not that he's lazy, or slow (well... ) - it's that Aion is just that damn big (and we make sure our reviews aren't rushed here at AusGamers).

The end result is an extensive play-through to level 25 and beyond; a host of PvP battles, some flight combat and a bit of James Bond sneakery, thrown in for good measure, apparently.

If you missed Part 1 of his review, you can check it here, but for the full conclusion, hit this link.

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