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School of Sword 2
Posted on Sunday, January 10 2010 @ 23:09:48 PST

Well I don't know what to say. You move your sword inside a circle, and hope that it's in the right place to block their attack, then click to attack them, every single time they attack you, if you make the slightest mistake, you lose a crapload of health. If you hit them, it either misses (90% of the time) or it does so little damage it's insignificant. I never got past the first level because I had no idea what the heck was going on, and attempted to play about 15 times before I gave up on it. The first figure is completley black, im not sure if the graphics suck or not because the controls are impossible and i never got past him. = /

You get 3 choices where to put your sword depending on the position of  the mouse, and you usually get frustrated at the slow pace (took me 5 minutes to get ONE hit, kept missing somehow) and click furiously untill you die, because he takes a quarter of your health with one hit. I'm sure it would take at least half an hour to finish the first guy, if I didnt get frustrated and quit. It might be because I suck at videogames, I dont know, but if you can beat him, tell me what it's like on the other side.

+ It MIGHT be fun
- But probably not
- Because of the unfair difficulty
- And crap controls

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