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Thanks for the review! I'm pretty disappointed that we may not see a high quality game use the FOX engine. For the time being I'll just head back to Metal Gear V.

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Unfortunate. The game, not the review. I fell off Saints Row IV pretty early, and sounds like this game is a pass for me.

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Fantastic read! Thanks @brad

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That Dan Taco game had St. John's Newfoundland and Labrador as the background.

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@gameovergreggy: Half way through, and I am in tears as well. Thanks for sharing duder.

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As a high school teacher in a small Canadian town I show my love for video games by bringing them into an afternoon space I developed. Arriving here at the beginning of the year I noticed many of the usual extra curricular roles were filled by my fellow colleagues. I toyed with an idea of starting an afternoon geek space where we got together to play table top board games, Magic, and a few other card games. It evolved into something more when the students asked me what games I played. Some they heard about, others they had no clue, but over the months we have been getting together, playing games, and talking about our experiences with them. It gives a place for students to gather, be united under one banner instead of being marginalized by the more 'popular' kids.