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Some were good, some were bad, but none of them were this evil
Alpha Protocol REVIEW
As fascinating as it is flawed. We delve into a character that'll sound more than familiar to TalkRadar listeners
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What's a game that had so much hype that it made you angry?
Hey, we wouldn’t be doing this for a living if we didn’t find new games exciting. But sometimes our enthusiasm can get the better of us, and after repeatedly pounding your eyeballs with hyperbole with the best of intentions, we understand: You can get a little sick of our shit. (We get sick of our shit too.) It’s not always your inner cynic or fanboy; sometimes the blame falls on the gaming press. Has there ever been a game with so much hyperbole, that it pushed your anticipation south of disinterest, and into the realm of hatred? Tell us in the forums and we might read your response LIVE on TalkRadar 105!
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