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Posted on Tuesday, August 14 @ 15:25:45 PST by Duke_Ferris
If you imagine me standing, aggressively pointing my finger like Phoenix Wright, perhaps I will appear less embarrassed.

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Yesterday we published a review for Picross DS from Nintendo, with an unintended grade of "A+". That this was a typo was pretty clear to regular GR readers, however it was a pretty bad typo. It was up for about 18 hours before it was corrected. Thank you all for your emails and posts.

The problem lies in the fact that the grade selection is on a dropdown menu that is sensitive to the scrolly wheel on the mouse. In the final edit by your's truly, while attempting to scroll the page, the grade was instead scrolled all the way up.

Nintendo, we humbly apologize for our mistake. Picross DS is still a good game, the review is quite positive, and you should be proud of you well deserved "B". We're pretty tough graders around here.


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