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First half was amazing, second half was absolutely horrible
Gonna ignore all politics here (cause they did shove it in there).
The first half is what I wanted.
Second half was this morale lesson shoved down your throat with a copout ending boss fight and how the thing was defeated. The whole idea that they were in the internet was completely forgetable in the second half and you completely forget your in the internet.
In short: First half great, second half sucked.
(Also there was heavily politics pushed into here but I'm not gonna get into that)
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