Game Reviews

The Sims 3

Genre: Simulator
Developed by: The Sims Studio
Reviewed by: Peter Ortu
Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars

Sims 3

In most people’s lives, the one thing anyone really wants more than anything is control over their lives. The ability to do anything we want and make all the choices is extremely attractive. In The Sims 3, that’s exactly what you are able to do. With no plot whatsoever established, it’s completely up the player to make every choice and control every aspect. This game gives the ability to create a person entirely, including physical features, personality, favorites, and lifetime goals. You then just spend the rest of the game controlling their life. No requirements and no restrictions. You can launch them onto a career path, make them masters of any skill, and choose how their romantic lives will play out. Every time you pick up the controller, The Sims 3 gives you the opportunity to play God. In the end, the only real requirement throughout the entire game is to know what you would do if you were in charge.

A game that gives full power to the player can either go two ways: Interesting and engaging or bland and boring. In this case, it’s kind of both. Every time you start a new file, it’s easy to pour a few hours into playing the game and planning out how you’re going to spend this new characters life. However, after a while, you begin to realize just how difficult this can be and how time consuming this game is. While I play this game, I typically have a really good start, quit after a few days, and then pick it back up in a month or two and either continue my previous file or start a new one entirely. The game certainly isn’t bad. It’s quite the opposite, in fact. The developers obviously genuinely tried while making this game it really can be fun. It’s just for specific types of people. However, if you are the this games type of person, you’re almost certain to think it to be the perfect match for you.

Fallout: New Vegas

Genre: First/ Third Person shooter RPG
Developed by: Obsidian Entertainment
Reviewed By: Sullivan Harris
Rated 5 Out Of 5 Stars

You are a courier. A traveler of the Mojave Wasteland in what used to be Nevada. Your job? To deliver messages and packages through the terror of the wasteland when no one else will. It has been just over 200 years since a nuclear war ravaged the entirety of the world and you are a descendant of those who survived in vaults scattered across the country. Las Vegas as turned into a safe haven for drug dealers, party goers, and gangs alike. You are given the job to deliver a mysterious package, a single casino chip, to a town called Primm, but are intercepted by The Great Kahns, a gang, and Benny, the infamous con man, who proceeds to shoot you in the head. You wake up later under the care of Doc Mitchell, the good natured doctor of Goodsprings, who after a few tests, releases you into the wasteland to hunt down the man who tried to kill you. From here it is up to you to decide your fate. Good, bad, vigilante, outlaw. The fate of your life as well as the Mojave is in your hands, but war. War never changes.


Fallout: New Vegas, the first stand alone game in the Fallout series, is a stunning feat of a game. From beautiful landscapes to the infamous V.A.T.S. system to risky themes, New Vegas pushes all boundaries set by video games before it. From the instant you set foot out of Doc Mitchells house to the final battle you will find yourself immersed in the amazing size and appealing look the games map has to offer. New Vegas brings back game mechanics such as V.A.T.S; an RPG style aiming system in which the player sees the probability he has to hit an enemy as well as setting up orders in which to shoot enemies. This innovated function is just one way New Vegas isn’t your average shooter game. You can’t just run into a fight guns blazing, you have to strategize your way into battle. In the game a player controls his characters life through thousands of dialogue options. A Player will find themselves having to learn how to balance stats and perks, manage ammo, and keep their weapons and armor in check if they wish to survive. The game includes hundreds of side quests as well as options on how to play a main quest. NewVegas is an extraordinary game when taking everything into consideration. The gameplay feels endless and even after you beat the game you will find yourself wanting to play it over and over again and even then will find new quests and secrets. Besides a variety of glitches that hardly effect game play, New Vegas is the perfect game for anyone who enjoys RPGs or first person shooters. The overall design and mechanics are amazing and fun and never lose their touch.

The game, realeased in 2010 can be bought from anywhere between 10 and 30 dollars depending on the edition. Many editions include extra quests and areas and I highly recommend them.

The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct

Survival, Horror
Terminal Reality
Reviewed by Noah McMullin
Rated: 3 out of 5 stars

Your name is Daryl Dixon, and almost all of your family has just been murdered right in front of you by monstrous, flesh-eating zombies. While you were off hunting in the woods with your family, the zombies came and ruined everything. Now, you must go and rescue your brother Merle, the one and only person who has ever truly cared for you in your entire life. Armed with your trusted crossbow and hunting knife, and anything you can manage to scavenge, you must travel hundreds of miles, looking for supplies such as food, gas, and ammunitions along the way, to find Merle. Nothing will stop you from reaching your brother, not even the “Biters”.

The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct is a zombie apocalypse survival game that is a prequel to the popular AMC show, The Walking Dead, where you play as one of the series’ most beloved characters. To players who are not fans of The Walking Dead, the game play seems to disappoint, which is understandable if you do not watch the show. The use of firearms is limited, because ammo is scarce and firearms attract many walkers, excluding the silent crossbow. Fans of The Walking Dead will enjoy it very much for many reasons, one of the main reasons being that you get to play as the very cool, tough redneck known as Daryl Dixon. Throughout the game, you travel from area to area taking the back roads, the streets, or the highways. The back roads consume much fuel, but offer many chances to stop and search for supplies, the streets consume less fuel than the back roads, but offer less chances to stop, and the highways consume very little fuel, but offer slim chances to stop for supplies. With each area that you stop in, you have an objective, with side goals as well, such as finding new means of transportation or survivors, who before each mission you can arm and send out to look for food, gas, or ammunition. This adds some strategy elements to the game. You may be faster than the walkers in the game, but the walkers don’t have to stop to catch their breath, leaving you at a disadvantage and making running from them a very poor choice. The gameplay is often repetitive, with similar objectives in each area, but the game is still entertaining for any fan of The Walking Dead. If you have not watched The Walking Dead before, you most likely will not enjoy the game or its game play. However, if you do enjoy the series, The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct is a must-buy!

The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct was released in the middle of March, so it should cost anywhere from twenty five to forty dollars. It is available for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC, although the PC version has many bugs, so it’d be more worth the cost of the game to buy it on a console. If you’re looking for a game to scare you, you may want to look elsewhere, being that the game only has some moments that may make you jump. If you enjoy The Walking Dead, or would like to know Daryl and Merle’s story before the events of the show, then buying The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct is a priority!

Fun Run
Multiplayer Racing
Reviewed by Davis Eastman
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

fun runFun Run, and Dirtybit game, goes viral with over 19 million players worldwide. With the option to play with up to three friends, plus you, or against three random worldwide players. With the choice of so many different character choices, this game will always keep you entertained. So you race on maps, everyone runs the same speed until you get power ups. There are many different power ups, the best is the shield. There is a bunch of different maps to play on too. Once you are connected with three other people there is a vote between two maps. Some maps are green and have no extra things on the map, but the Candy maps have Caramel which slows you down. And the Red makes you bounce higher, finally the blue makes you run faster. Finally, the rating system, everyone begins the same, with a rating of 1500. For first place your rating increases 15 points, for second it increases 5, with a third place finish your rating decreases 5, and if you place fourth your rating decreases 15 points. Race all your friends on your friends list to become the best with the highest rating!


I love this game, I play it any chance I get. It is always fun, and it will even get you a little mad if you lose. It satisfies your desires for a fun multiplayer game to play with all of your friends. The ability to place is so easy, almost everyone now has an Iphone or an android, and it is compatible with the Ipad and iPod. This game will take up 12.8 mb of your storage on whatever your device is, with is very small. With somewhat frequent updates with usually include new maps or avatars this game will always keep you excited and ready to play! Personally I love this game and always enjoy playing it!

White Noise

Genre: Indi
Published By: Milkstone Studios
Reviewed By: Anna D’Arcy
Rated 4 out of 5 stars

whitenoiseImagine you and your partner are exploring an area that is supposed to be haunted. At first, you pass off the rumors but investigate anyway. You let your partner explore on their own, trusting that no harm will come to them. They will record the information they find onto eight tape recorders. Then, they don’t return. Now you must go into the ruins, surrounded by forests, where they were searching and find the tape along with, hopefully, some answers. Not only is it night time, but you only have a small, weak flashlight to guide your feet. You soon realize that you are not alone, but what presence is there with you?

This is the premise to White Noise, a thrilling game designed to resemble the very well-known Slender game. As the mysterious creature chases you, you come to the realization that it has super speed and can jump from tree to tree, leaving you at an extreme disadvantage. Along with the creature’s extraordinary talents, your character is extremely out of shape, which you can amuse from the fact that whenever you run, it is very slow and you pant heavily. This makes the players frustrated, adding to the intensity of the game.

The game is compatible with the x box 360, but there is also a version that people can play online. It is priced at 80 Microsoft points, which equal one dollar, so it is very affordable. The controls are very simple to learn, getting players into the action quicker. White Noise is crazy intense when you are playing with a group of friends at a party. Your never safe and have no clue when you are going to be attacked. Most gamers have trouble playing with the lights off. If you play alone, try not to wet yourself. In my opinion, the game is very entertaining and it holds up to its hype. Order it now. You won’t regret your purchase.

Call of Duty World at War Zombies

First Person Shooter
iPhone Version
Reviewed by Carlton S.
5 out of 5 Stars

It is just after the Second World War. You are stranded in a desolate wasteland, surrounded by hordes of Nazi Zombies. There are only two things that can save you from an almost certain death; the mystery box, and the power (depending which map you play on). There are weapons and clues along the walls to guide you along, but the hordes just keep coming, increasing by each round. Also, the hounds; known in slang to gamers as the “hell hounds” come after every few rounds, safe to say around every six rounds. But with the four map choice these things vary. There is no “winning” in Nazi Zombies, regardless what map you play. You just play until they get you.

I personally love this game, and I would give the graphics an awesome 4.5 out of 5 stars. The graphics are awesome for an iPhone game, and resemble that of a PS2, but the guns seem kind of cube-like, and the zombies seem to lack depth. With the new download version, multiplayer with Bluetooth is available, and I give that 5 out of 5 stars, but I must warn that it was pretty tricky to set up, but that varies by person. The controls are pretty good, but adjusting to them takes a little bit. The price is a little bit expensive for an iPhone game, with a hefty price tag of $2.99, But it can be worth it if you are as in to the Nazi Zombies game as much as I am. The only downside to this game is that it drains your battery somewhat fast. My best advice would be to download the game if you like it, and give it time. It is a tad complicated getting used to the controls, because they are in different spots than the standard console controller. This game is avaliable for iPad, iPod Touch, and iPhone. This game only takes up about 50.8 MB, so that is not much at all, so you can download this game and still have room for more games, music, videos, movies, etc. You can also listen to music at the same time, unlike some iPhone games that do not allow music to be played at the same time. I highly recommend this game especially if you’re an avid gamer that enjoys the Call of Duty franchise, and wants some heart pounding action on the go.

Pokémon Diamond and Perl

Genre: Role playing
Developed by: Game Freak
Reviewed by M. Heiss
Rated 4 out of 5 stars

“Are you female or male,” the creepy man in the white coat asks. “What is your name,” he then asks. Your first instinct is to run, but everything you try is void in this house. You look for the exit but you have no idea where you are. You surrender and tell him all he wants to know. The world goes black. The next thing you see is a cartooned world and a person who asks if you are okay. This woman claims to be your mother.

In the world of Pokémon nothing is as it seems. The creepy man turns out to be your best friend and decides to give you a free Pokémon, a creature that will obey your every command. Soon after you are given this Pokémon, one of your friends, a Pokémon trainer, runs off on a quest but forgets his map. His mother is too lazy to air mail it to him and asks you to take it to him. You oblige and journey around Sinnoh and meet him in a small town where there is a gym. You hand him his map but then you decide that you want to start battling gym leaders to get a badge and become a Pokémon master. As you go from gym to gym in the Sinnoh area, you meet many faces. Children that call you a coward, florists that want to battle, rock collectors who insist that they are the best, and school girls and boys that claim that they are much better than you. Only your knowledge and skill of Pokémon will get you through the many battles. “Are you going to be the very best?”

Game Freak, the company that makes Pokémon Diamond, really outdid themselves developing the game. The storyline is funny and full of surprises. For example, when you steal your first Pokémon and are called back to the lab, you believe that you are going to get charged with kidnapping. Instead, you are congratulated and told to keep the Pokémon. The obstacles are challenging, requiring a vast knowledge of Pokémon.

Pokémon Diamond takes pet games to a new level. Some people enjoy games like Dogs and Cats, where the gamer has a fake dog or cat, but in Pokémon you get something much better. Can a cat protect you? Can dogs evolve? Can you travel around the world at your own pace with a dog or cat? The answer is no to all the above. My question is: why have a fake cat when you can have a digitally enhanced Pokémon?

Pokémon Diamond brings surprises, adventure, and pet loyalty to its peak. Using over 100 new Pokémon, Pokémon Diamond will keep gamers on their Nintendo DS’s for months. The creators also add a touch of magic to the mix to make a marvelous video game.

Fruit Ninja

Developed by Halfbrick Studios
Reviewed by Philip L.
4.5 out of 5 stars

There have been over 20 million downloads of Fruit Ninja on many platforms. The first edition was released on April 21, 2010 for iPod and iPhones. On July 12, the next version came out for iPad. On September 17, another edition came out for Androids, while on December 22nd the next edition came out for windows Phones. More versions were adapted for other phone systems and in August of 2011 Fruit Ninja came out for the Xbox 360 Kinect.

The point of the game is for players to slice the fruit as it flies on to the touchscreen. Many modes throughout the game change the game flow such as arcade mode, Zen mode, and the normal Classic mode. In Arcade mode, players have sixty seconds to get a high score while avoiding bombs that take off seconds when sliced. There are special bananas that give players power-ups, like frozen bananas that stop the time and slow down the fruit, bonus bananas that award double points for a certain amount of seconds, and combo bananas that cause a large number of fruit, with no bombs, to fly across the screen for big points. In Classic mode, there are bombs that end the game if you slice them; otherwise you lose when three fruit aren’t sliced before they fall off the screen. In Zen mode, there are no bombs at all, so you are timed to see how many fruit you can slice in sixty seconds. In both Classic and Arcade modes there are also pomegranates that you can slice as many times as you can for extra points in a certain time limit. In all modes, slicing many fruits together awards bonus pints and sometimes fruits like papaya can be sliced for fifty points. Multiplayer allows two people to play on the same screen using Apple’s game center. The screen is split in half and players can only slice the fruit that matches their color or slice that white fruit that is neutral. High scores can be saved using Open feint, an online score app that lets you share your scores with others. The Kinect is similar except the player moves his arms and legs to slice the fruit. Lastly, players can unlock cooler blades by doing achievements such as slicing a certain amount of one fruit or playing a certain mode a set number of times.

I have mixed opinions of this app, but overall Fruit Ninja is an excellent, addicting game that is played by many around the world. The actual game play is great and all game modes are playable over and over again. Sometimes the game gets boring because slicing fruits over and over is not the most eye-popping thing on the planet. I wish there were different difficulties so there would be a challenge, but I only tried to get all the different blades and post a high score better than my brother’s. The Kinect, in my opinion, gave another challenge because you have to move your body pretty fast and your body tires after a while. Once, my brother and I picked up the dog and used his legs to slice the fruit, but afterward the dog was so tired he flipped over and lay like a dead animal on the road. The other day I saw a rip-off of Fruit Ninja, created by a different company, called Veggie Samurai that was worse than Fruit Ninja. The last good thing about Fruit Ninja is that it is very cheap and is a good thing to have on anyone’s iPod.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Role Playing Game/ Adventure Game
Developed by Bethesda
Reviewed by D. Williams
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Long ago, in Skyrim, the northernmost part of the Empire, the dragons threatened the existence of all the people alive. Their leader, Alduin, the most fearsome dragon in history, was prophesied to one day destroy the world. Then, when everything seemed to be hopeless, a few heroes defeated Alduin, ending the terror. But they could not kill Alduin. They sent him into limbo, to one day return and spread fear again. Now, the dragons are returning to Skyrim, a sign that Alduin will be back. Your story begins when you are saved from being executed, ironically, by an attacking dragon. Now you must fight to survive as you explore Skyrim and gain a name for yourself. But little did you know that you are Dragonborn, which means you can use the shouts of the dragons. This also means that you are the one destined to defeat Alduin, the World-Eater, who has now returned. Will you survive?

The way the game is played is very original and different from most games. On the Playstation 3 system, the controls make sense, your left hand assigned to the left trigger and your right hand assigned to the right. But if you don’t like the setup, it is possible to adjust the controls to your liking. Your character is able to use many kinds of weapons, magic, and armor, like swords, shields, flames, and many others. You can improve weapons, learn new spells, and enchant weapons to deal more damage or have different effects. There are executions which make the game more interesting, from bows and magic kills to sword stabs. All in all, Skyrim’s game play is some of the best ever made.

Skyrim is, in my opinion, one of the best games ever made. It is possible to play this game for hundreds of hours without doing everything, and the game almost never gets boring to play. There is a main quest line, several side quest lines, and hundreds of small favors and jobs to be done. The graphics in this game are incredible, showing every small detail imaginable. There is a vast amount of land to be explored, with too many locations to count. The game play itself is engaging and easy to figure out. The physics of the game are, for the most part, perfect, with only a few minor problems. It is very easy to learn how to play Skyrim in a short amount of time, even if you are new to gaming. There is an option to turn the difficulty of combat up and down, so it is almost impossible to get stuck fighting the same enemy over and over. There is no online mode of this game, but there is no end to the regular game mode anyway. Skyrim has almost no bad aspects, and I would recommend this game to anyone who appreciates medieval-type combat and immense free-world game play.

Red Dead Redemption

Genre: 3rd person RPG shooter
Developed by: Rockstar San Diego
Reviewed by: Dylan Camp
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Its 1911 and you’re a once wanted man in one of the most popular outlaw gangs, now all you want is peace from your troubled, young, and irresponsible past. You move into the wild frontier of now present day Texas to redeem yourself of your troubled past, your offer? Kill your former gang members. You’re John Marston, former outlaw led by gang leader Dutch van der Linde, sent out to kill him and the rest of your gang so the government officials will let you go back to your peaceful ranch, back to a normal life and a chance to start again with your family, wife Abigail and son Jack. You go to relieve your past of your once haunting ways as an outlaw, but in the end find out you can’t escape your past.

Red Dead Redemption is a full sandbox game released on May 18th 2010 on systems such as Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and PC. The game is rated M for Mature for blood, intense violence, nudity, strong language, strong sexual content, use of drugs, but if your mature enough, you can handle it. Game play on Red dead redemption is simply amazing. If you like western movies, imagine living through all the classics, like open range cowboys, savage Indians, and Mexican banditos, all in one. Throughout campaign various scenarios confront you, whether it is people, tragedies or events. Most of the game itself is accurate in setting, like technology and environment. Things stand out like the stage coach, horse, and even early cars. Even the guns are accurate in time like the Winchester and Henry repeaters and colt pistols and revolvers. One of the things that makes this game the most enjoyable is its stunning environment. You can be in 1911 Texas plains, Mexican canyons, and northern Texas woods. Even animals fill these environments, all which can be interacted with, whether it be just a rattlesnake on the ground to a cougar in the mountains, it can be hunted and sold for its hide. Another great feature of this game is the environment audio and the character voices. Each character has their own story and by helping those stories, you advance further in campaign, thus ending with your own personal story. Characters include miners, ranchers, cowboys, outlaws, bandits, lawmen and the army. If you ever find yourself bored, which you shouldn’t, there are various mini games scattered throughout the vast Western state, things like Texas hold ‘em, liars dice, five finger fillet, shootout, horseshoes, night watches and much more. Even if that makes you lose interest, there is multiplayer, ranging from a variety of different play styles. If it’s still not enough, there is even a sandbox game type where you can make a posse and complete gang hideouts.

This game is an intriguing story that will make you stay up days on end to try to “redeem” yourself of your sins and troubled pass. Conflicts will come and they will pass but this game is overall beautiful, almost flawless. I have the undead nightmare downloadable content and that is very good and fits with the storyline before it flawlessly. Once beating the game it gets a little bit unplayable but once giving it some time, you will get right back in it. Words can hardly capture what you will get from this and I feel as though this review itself is disgraceful but overall, a solid 5 out of 5 stars.


Genre: First-Person Role Playing Shooter
Devolped by Gearbox Software
Reviewed by Greg McMullin
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Do you love the elements of first person shooters and role playing games, but could never find a game that has BOTH? Borderlands takes the fun parts out of both genres and combines them into one entertaining game.

Borderlands was released on October 29, 2009, for the Xbox 360, Playstation 3, and PC. The game’s rating is mature, but if you’re not squeamish and can handle a bit of blood and gore then you’ll be alright. The game features an extensive single player campaign with many hours of game play and four downloadable expansions. You can also play the campaign with up to four friends online via Xbox live or playstation network, which can make the game a lot easier and more enjoyable. Borderlands also makes use of the random weapon generation system, producing millions of different guns and ensuring you’ll never have the exact same gun twice. You can also choose from four distinct characters, each one having their own special abilities and specializations with different types of guns. Borderlands features very bright, cartoony graphics, but the vivid colors bring the game to life, realistic or not. The sound effects of the game make you feel like you’re right in the action, whether you’re in a firefight with bandits or under attack by mutated wolves. If you play first person shooters like Call of Duty franchise, you’ll be used to the controls fast. If you’re in to role playing games like The Elder Scrolls franchise, the quests you do in the game will come to you naturally. And if you’re a fan of both, this may be one of your favorite games.

You are a mercenary, fresh off the bus on the planet Pandora. You are hunting the Vault, a rumored cache of alien technology. To find the vault, you will need the help of the inhabitants of Pandora, under constant attack from bandits, indigenous creatures of the planet, and an army of trained killers. By helping them with these threats, you’ll gain their trust and assistance in your search. But dark secrets lurk within the Vault…

Adjusting to the difficulty of Borderlands can be simple. In the beginning of the game, you are told all of the basics you need to know to survive, and you’ll learn more in time. If you have Xbox live or playstation network and friends who also have Borderlands, the enemies become tougher, but the loot is better and you and your friends can overcome more and more difficult challenges together. Borderlands also features intense vehicle to vehicle combat, where you can get behind the wheel of an armored vehicle loaded with weapons and destroy the competition. With the four different classes, Soldier, Hunter, Berserker, and Siren, you’ll be compelled to play through the game as a different class after you complete the game with one. You may choose the Soldier, with his mastery of all things automatic, the Hunter, a master of long ranged combat, the Berserker, a walking tank, or the Siren, a sneaky and silent assassin, preferring to use sub machine guns.

Overall, Borderlands is an entertaining game that everyone should at least give a chance. The main campaign can take a bit of time to complete by yourself, but there’s never a boring moment throughout it. Whether you’re a casual or hardcore player, you’ll still be to get enjoyment out of Borderlands.

Angry Birds Rio

Genre: Quick Game
Developed by: Rovio Mobile
Reviewed by: Kaitlin Coleman
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

After the world wide phenomenon Angry Birds, it’s no surprise that Rovio Mobile would be creating so many new versions of the game soon after. One of the newest versions of the addicting game is Angry Birds Rio, available on the Iphone, Ipad, Itunes, Almost all touch screen phones, and much more.

Inspired straight from the new movie Rio, staring starring Jesse Eisenberg, Anne Hathaway, Jamie Foxx, Tracy Morgan and George Lopez. The movie was released on April 15th, 2011 a few weeks after the game was released in March. In Angry Birds Rio there is over 45 levels, with many more coming soon says the company—optional of course, only available with an update. In the game, the levels get increasingly harder as you go further and further into the game, just like most games these days. The objective in Rio is a bit different than the normal version of Angry Birds. In Rio, the Angry Birds characters are kidnapped and taken to Rio de Janeiro, and then the player will need to rescue all the kidnapped birds. Unlike in Angry Birds where all you need to do is get rid of all the green monsters. You’ll still get the Angry Birds experience, but in smoother graphics, and in different objectives.

This game was expected to sweep all Angry Bird veterans along with new Angry Bird players. And it did just that, Angry Birds Rio took everyone, everywhere with addiction, breaking records with an astounding number of 10 million download in the first 10 days of the release. There is no doubt in my mind or anyone else’s that Angry Birds, Rio, Seasons, and all the rest to come are and will be an addicting game that no one will reject to try, which in the end will leave them addicted to the madness of flinging birds on your screen, just like we all were.

One Response to “ Game Reviews ”

  1. Cassie on June 6, 2011 at 6:51 am

    i like your video kaitlin

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