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    Well...

    A shame about Stuntman. I was never a huge fan of the series, but something about its canning got me down. I think because it seemed like one of those quite amiably single-minded and old school game ideas that it's very hard to sustain on a major console nowadays. Just wasn't thinking big enough. Didn't cater for a modern audience. I don't know if it deserved to live much longer anyway, but whatever the reason was it didn't sell probably stinks.

    Oh, and how many child-men we got in the house tonight? ;D

    What's wrong with humanity?

    Sometimes I wish that game sales were published more openly - I had no idea people weren't buying Stuntman and Conan. Choreographing amazing action sequences? Beheading skeletons to protect topless women?

    What more do you people want?

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