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(Kotaku)   WHIRR WHIRR -- ♪♫dum dum de dum dum ... dum dum de dum dum♪♫ -- "Exclamation Mark? Exclamation Mark? EXCLAMATION MARRRRRKK"   ( kotaku.com) divider line
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2013-09-22 12:56:40 PM  
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In his quest to make the game experience more realistic

Huh?  This coming from the series that...
1.  Tells you to look for a Codec frequency on the back of the game's CD case
2.  Tells you to plug in the controller into Port 2 for a boss fight
3.  Tells you it'll know if you're using turbo for button presses

For me, the fact that these 4th wall breaking things exist is what makes the game great.
2013-09-22 12:17:37 PM  
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"...it would have been a travesty to have had it excluded. "

The real travesty here is that they wrote an entire article about some guy thinking about deleting an exclamation point.
2013-09-22 11:24:18 AM  
1 vote:
You know, I hate to say this but at this point Hideo Kojima just comes off to me like "that one guy" in internet flame wars that constantly says they're ignoring posters or leaving the argument, but never actually leaves the discussion. This is going to be, what, the fourth "LAST METAL GEAR SOLID GAME EVER, NO DON'T EVEN ASK"?
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