Talk:Acceleration of Suguri X Edition

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Excuse me, but I was working on an article of this game with a rough draft for this game (and its predecessor) a long time ago with (mostly) proper information about this game. Also, "Acceleration of SUGURI X-Edition" is not the original game; the original Acceleration of SUGURI came to PC in 2006 by Orange_Juice followed by the expansion pack Acceleration of SUGURI later. Rockin' Android later localized the title in 2009 for PC with a PlaySation 3 version coming out in 2011, and back again to PC on DESURA in 2012. Also, Rockin' Android are NOT the developers, they are publishers for doujin games. -- ViperAcidZX (talk) 16:19, 1 December 2012 (UTC)

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