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The End...

Well, that's it. Not a long Winded post this one, but cut right to the chase. 
After months of thinking about it and already reaching a point where the passion isn't there anymore for reviewing, this shall be the last post you shall see from me from here. 
Thanks to those who read or shared anything I ever did, both here and on Honest Games Reviews. I've had the pleasure of getting to know some great and kind people in PR and behind the scenes over the years. I've got to know loads of people via social media too, which was great for a shy guy like me, with the last how ever many years it has been (I've honestly lost count how long) being a quiet one if any of you wasn't there. 
So yeah, I'm out. Keep enjoying your gaming and once again thanks for making me take this reviewing lark well further than I ever imagined😘
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