Holobunnies: Pause Cafe exists for the sole purpose to tide over Kickstarter backers -- and it does it does in the laziest way possible.
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While the ideas presented here were creative, the presentation was corny and the execution left grit in my teeth...
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Taking on the role of Niiko's guardian in this dangerous world is truly a rewarding experience.