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Tuesday, October 5, 2004

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IMG Reviews Republic: The Revolution
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Inside Mac Games has posted a review of Republic: The Revolution from Feral Interactive. Here's a clip from the review:

With the mighty Soviet Union fallen, your state has been left in near anarchy. The time has come for someone to take down the self-obtained dictators and set up a state for the people. Such is the stage for Republic: The Rebellion, a political simulation game from Elixir Studios, Zonic Studios and Feral Interactive. Taking the role of a novice political activist looking to gain influence in your hometown, you're charged with recruiting others for your cause and doing any and all you can to gain power. The path will be rough, the opposition fierce, and intense strategy will be required to succeed in this wonderfully done strategy game.
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