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Disposable heroes on the other hand is absolute junk.
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have you actually played it, or are you just saying it?, if so what was wrong with there perfection?, because allot of people I know who claim to hate it have either never played it, or talk about a totally different game.
What you must remember is that it's all a matter of opinion, what some people regard as a good system other may see it the complete oposite, as is clearly the matter here

I myself have never played Disposable heroes so can't comment on that one.

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What you must remember is that it's all a matter of opinion, what some people regard as a good system other may see it the complete oposite, as is clearly the matter here
I know that, my gripe is that I know soooooooooo many people who have flat out told me disposable heroes is crap, and the second you ask them why, they say they've never actually played it, they just heard off some other guy, who heard off another guy, who got it off another guy who hates WWII in general

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