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IMG Reviews AGON
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IMG has posted a review of AGON. Here's a clip from the review:

AGON: The Mysterious Codex is a compilation of the first three chapters of the AGON saga: London Scene, Adventures in Lapland (No, that's not a porn title, much as you might want it to be) and Pirates of Madagascar. It's convenient to get all three chapters in one software package, especially since it doesn't appear the titles can be ordered individually from the Private Moon site as of this writing, but as I sat down to start playing the game, I was acutely aware that I would only be met by a disappointing cliffhanger when I was finished. Thrown into the mix is the fact that the compilation was released by Viva Media and not Private Moon. Viva Media informed me that Private Moon is still very much involved in the title, though, and the fourth episode (The Sword of Toledo) has an anticipated release date of fall 2006.
To check out the entire review, follow the link below.

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IMG Review: AGON

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