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I have never been a fan of debate, mostly because it is the art of persuasive argument that focuses on human emotional responses rather than logical (Socratic) arguments -- which means applying persuasive skills to apply to positions you may not even believe in. Perhaps not surprisingly, all the other players around me felt mostly the same way, and it was near impossible to give any sort of fair evaluation of this game.
About all I can really say about this is that if you liked debate team in high school, or want some good practice at this skill that I have absolutely no interest in, you might want to check this game out. I'm certainly not qualified to write a decent review.
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