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    The game itself would've been much better had it been in color. I felt like I was stuck in the 60's and I definitely wasn't enjoying it.
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    I'm not really sure what you mean. It was in color. Only a few parts were in B&W.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by ShannonKaila View Post
      The game itself would've been much better had it been in color. I felt like I was stuck in the 60's and I definitely wasn't enjoying it.
      What do you mean? It does have color. It was set in the 1930's because it was a special game based on the first four ND books.
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