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  SCORE: 5 nuclear wastelands out of 10. , Fri 14th Oct 2011
By Duncan_B - See all my reviews

Song: "Red Sector A"
Comments: -Bible should be capitalized (and italicized)
-Can't read the Bible initially, yet it is necessary
to do that for one solution!
-No hints.
-Wreckage should have had synonym "pile"
-Conversation subjects with Peter should not have
()s in them or else they won't trigger unless
the player specifically includes them.
-Didn't seem right to call the body and pile of
wreckage containers. Did this man swallow his
ID card?
-Seemed like the best ending was getting into Heaven,
not getting into the Vault.
-Player can get into Heaven even after committing
suicide. All possibility I could be wrong,
but shouldn't this not be possible?
-Code could have used wildcards and #s.
-Overall, this felt rhetorically ineffective.

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