Steve: Well okay. I'm going to cuss here, so sorry everybody, but fuck this game.
Zack: I'm there with you, my man. Drumming up rules and suggesting seduction for a 9 year old is inexcusable. Don't try to give me some magical ghost bullshit.
Steve: There aren't enough killer condoms in the world to murder this dude's unit. Like really chew that thing off and make sure he can't leave the house without a bloody diaper wrapped around his junk.
Zack: In summary, don't buy this game. Don't even steal it for free. It's garbage, half the book is a fucking play test chatlog worse than our bunker drama, and it is full of gross child sex stuff. it's all in "good humor" and not explicit, but yuck.
Steve: Fucking yuck.
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