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11.05.2012 , 11:31 AM | #7
I think the story was pretty straight forward, with enough twists and enough action to keep me interested through it. But what really sold it were the developed characters, specially the antagonists in Chapter 2 and 3. Pretty much every storyline with a good and defined antagonist (Chapter 1 of the smuggler comes as a prime example) was above average, while the ones that didn't build up emotions towards them (Chapter 1 of the consular) didn't.

I don't see it as the more original of all the class stories, but it didn't need to to make me enjoy it.