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All of space and time would be better off without this game, this includes you.
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I'm trying to pretend I didn't have to see your post.
Totally worthless and not even on subject.
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I'm going to assume you're thinking about what would have happened if anyone had made a sequel to Master of Orion II.

Well, thankfully we only have MoO & MoO2.

Nope, no third installment was made.

No sir.
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psilontech: I'm going to assume you're thinking about what would have happened if anyone had made a sequel to Master of Orion II.

Well, thankfully we only have MoO & MoO2.

Nope, no third installment was made.

No sir.
Agreed!
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Olhado76: All of space and time would be better off without this game, this includes you.
Obvious Troll is Obvious.
No, wait, perhaps he's on to something. All the time wasted while playing these games may well have inhibited people's forward development and seriously impacted the progress of humanity.
I'll have to run some experiments. I'll play it day in, day out, over and over again - for science, of course - to see how much time and space is damaged by my gaming.