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Review

Warframe Review (2013)

  • First Released Mar 25, 2013
    released
  • Reviewed Aug 2, 2013
  • PC

The fun of nimble combat in cool battle suits peters out too quickly in the repetitive skirmishes of Warframe.

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Creeping through the eerily quiet corridors of an enemy space station, you move with a coiled fluidity. You are a potent weapon, ready to unload a clip, unleash a melee attack, or uncork a powerful elemental ability at a moment's notice. That moment arrives when you come upon one of the robotic menaces or armored soldiers that stand in your way, and then all hell breaks loose. You leap into the fray, sword slashing and guns blazing as you make a hash out of those who would oppose you. Warframe's martial abilities and nimble maneuvers can combine to create satisfying combat, but a tendency toward repetition and sluggish progress dampen this free-to-play brawler's appeal.

In Warframe, you play as a Tenno, a member of a species of ancient warriors that have reemerged to lay waste to the various nefarious species populating the solar system. Your foes include the Grineer, a jackbooted army of deteriorating humanoid clones; the Corpus, a mix-and-match crew of robotic and human parts; and the Infestation, a bunch of shambling organic creatures that vaguely resemble the Flood from the Halo series. While your enemies are visually uninteresting, a lot of the Tenno suits and weapons have a great sense of style that imbues Warframe with a spark of personality. Each species has a cursory backstory, and there is some lore to be found buried in the menus, but there's no narrative thrust or intrigue to speak of. And so you run mission after mission, moving outward from the sun as you level up your loadout and become a more proficient killer.

The core combat of Warframe is straightforward. This is a third-person action game in which you wield two primary weapons and a melee weapon against foes who are largely content to come right at you. You also gain suit powers that allow you to dash and slash through a bunch of enemies, or stun all foes within a certain radius, though these abilities can change drastically depending on what suit you equip. You could unleash fiery maelstroms, turn invisible, create a decoy, use teleportation to switch places with an enemy, or manipulate your foes to fight against their allies. Acquiring new suits, however, requires a significant investment of time or money (more on this later).

Regardless of what powers you have equipped, you can often wage effective war against your enemies by firing on them from a distance, then slicing up the ones who manage to get close. This tactic grows tiresome after a while, however, and doesn't serve you well as you take on tougher levels. Fortunately, you can combine your ability to jump, sprint, and crouch into an acrobatic array of slides, flips, jump kicks, wall runs, leaping slashes, and more. Though there's a certain rigidity to your movement, your mobility is one of the most interesting and enjoyable things about Warframe, and it's fun to zip around your enemies, slashing and shooting until the only ones left standing are your fellow Tenno.

You can run Warframe missions with up to three other players, and while flying solo is definitely possible in the early going or when you're grinding for experience or resources, teaming up becomes necessary as you tackle tougher missions. Fighting your way through fiendish hordes with the help of some allies can be very satisfying, especially when there's a good mix of powers in play. Coordinating with friends is the best way to get this kind of experience, because jumping into matches or having folks join you can lead to lopsided situations. If there's a gap in player level or a mismatch with the mission challenge, as often happens, your cooperative missions can devolve into all-out sprints as players easily cut their way through enemies they far outclass.

To minimize such gaps, you can focus on playing only new missions, since those tend to scale toward the upper bound of your capabilities. However, many of the environments in Warframe are reused frequently. You may be taking a different route through an enemy ship or encountering different environmental effects in the asteroid base, but you can't escape seeing the same spaces over and over again. This repetition combines with the lack of enemy variety (each species has only a handful of different units) to make many Warframe missions feel very similar to one another.

To spice things up, you may want to acquire a new gun, a new melee weapon, or a new suit. Warframe is free to play, but you must spend either time or money to acquire new items. Currently, new suits range roughly from $5 to $25, with new weapons falling close to the lower end of that spectrum. Alternatively, you can purchase blueprints to craft new weapons and suits using in-game currency. It takes a significant amount of time to save up the money for a new blueprint, and then you must spend even more time acquiring the resources to actually craft it.

Even if you skip the lengthy crafting process by using real-world currency, you still have to spend time leveling up your new gear. Jumping into a high-level mission with a brand-new suit is a death sentence, so it's back to lower levels to grind for experience. As your gear levels up, you gain more slots to modify it using boosters picked up during combat. Adding abilities to suits, improving the attributes of your gear, and imbuing your weapon with elemental damage are just some of the things mods can do. Unfortunately, the system to apply and improve mods is poorly laid out and barely explained, leaving you on your own to figure things out.

Some problematic menus pale in comparison to Warframe's real problem: a pervasive tendency toward repetition. Whether you're forging ahead with a high-level suit or leveling up a new one, Warframe repeats enemies, environments, and scenarios too frequently. Without new challenges for your combat abilities, the excitement soon dries up, leaving you without a compelling reason to keep playing. This free-to-play shooter is still technically in beta, so changes may come that make a substantive difference. But as of now, Warframe's interesting combat mechanics are too quickly overcome by the grind of repetition.

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The Good
Acrobatic suit maneuvers and cool powers
The Bad
Environments repeated frequently
Lackluster enemy variety
Some poorly explained systems
6
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Chris Watters originally reviewed Warframe in 2013.
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I began playing it a few weeks ago and its amazing.

There's a great and helpful community, and you can easily play online even with people you don't know because the game is built that way.

There's a lot of maps, guns, companions and frame to tryout giving the game great durability.

Strongly recommend.

If you want to give it a try use the link (https://www.warframe.com/signup?referrerId=59cf67353ade7f81ab249125) and you'll have an experience boost for 7 days. Its an amazing online game with great graphics and it's free. ;)

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Edited By dkomposer

Garbage buggy questline makes game unplayable.

no support staff.

Loved this game until i was no longer able to play.

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@dkomposer: I play warframe for 3 years and i must say even if a bug happens devs fix it within days (if not hours!). Me personally never had any problems. It was just your personal tough luck.

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Warframe is truly a fun game I believe that they should revisit the review of this game because much has changed since this as made the video and pictures they show are super old.

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Repetition and grinding bring the score down, huh? Things that your "game of the year" path of exile certainly didn't/doesn't have.
/sarcasm off

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This game keeps getting better. The devs do a great job, they listen to the community. It may not be flawless but it is continuously growing.

If you dont like it now then try playing it in a year or so because it will sure be much better and have a lot more things than before.
Great community also!

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I currently own this game on PS4, and I must say, it's excellent right now.

Visuals are like a mix of Metal Gear Solid and Star Wars but in crisp looking high definition. The weapons have a great feel to them, but it can take some time to craft better weaponry because the starting weapons you have are usable but they lack any real flair. Also, to say that the enemy variety is lackluster is just unfair to be frank. Grineer marines, Kubrows, Corpus Crewmen and Moas are fleshed out very well, and they all have differences between them. While the AI may glitch out a few times, they seem to be quite intelligent when it comes to hiding and shooting.

Collecting resources can be a nuisance, you'll get the same ones you already have over and over again, and most of the time you'll never get the darn thing that you wanted to get in the first place, which can be disappointing to say the least. I also found the movement of your character to be really annoying, you could perform a jump for example, only for him to wall jump if you're in a corridor. It is very easy to get stuck on zip lines as well.

Overall though, the game is worth the free download. Better game than Destiny.

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Edited By Hippystank

This game needs a "Re" Review, last time I played before this month was around 2013 when this review came out and I can vouche for it in saying that its a whole new experience and one I'm really enjoying now!


2013 I'd say a 6/10 was about right, 2015 i'd put it at a 8/10 for F2P games this is one of the best with no real pay to win aspect everything drops everything has a blue print to craft it with ingame currency.


PC gamers looking for a good alternative to Destiny look no further! Wont feel like it sneaks into your bedroom at night beats you up and steals you wallet unlike bungie :)

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Still deciding on trying this game. It does seem dumb this was reviewed while it was still in beta. But I closed m eyes half way through the review and it felt like a review for Destiny. "Repetitive grinding, repeating missions and enemies. Polished and very pretty environments." All it seems to be missing is Peter Dinklage and some seriously lame names for the bad guys. Shoot, grind, grind, find slightly better new gear, slight change to environment and repeat. Having not seen the review for Destiny, and since I know all the problems pointed out in this game do exist in Destiny I'll assume gamespot gave a score very close to 6 Destiny as well. Since this one made it to PS Plus I'll give it a try and decide for myself since this review was of little to no help, aside from sounding like a review of Destiny which I found so-so, it was just too darn repetitive and waaaay too grindy for very little reward sounds like this may actually be slightly better game with a better storyline than Destiny, more to upgrade to and a decent sounding blueprint/construct your own gear system.

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This review is accurate. I played the game for a year and never saw the devs update gameplay, only content (weapons, tilesets, boss redo's). I would like readers to consider how unacceptable a roadmap for game development it is to be in beta for a year and never act on any player feedback or improve any aspect of gameplay. In an entire year one survival mission was tweaked. It sure as hell wasn't enough for the core group of players that have long since abandoned the game, just as you will when you realize that the only game rationale is to grind for new weapons and frames. Not to enjoy the process. Bad, bad game design.

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This review is fair enough. The game is cool in the beginning but after a while becomes to repetitive... Most of the people like my friends told me exactly the same thing, the games lacks in variety to much... Most of the people also play the game some hours and next they quit, because the game lacks in variety and is to repetitive.

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Edited By tushwacker

I don't see the date that this review was made on.. but this game has received a ton of content in the last few major updates.. It is also worth mentioning that if you get new gear or you forma (basically prestige) a weapon or warframe, it's recommended that you only change one item at a time (so if you want to try a new primary weapon, leave your warframe, your secondary weapon, and your melee weapon fully leveled so that you can survive playing tougher levels) -> this keeps you from having to grind through low level missions that won't level your gear up very quickly.

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From what I've read, this game is a lot like Defiance. Better than the sum of its parts.

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Edited By String5

The review was fair. Why does the fact that its in open beta make Chris's opinion worthless? I would only hope that Chris would give the game another chance after launch/update 11.

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I give this game a 9.5. The amount of detail is endless, especially from the purchasable unlocks. This game was made to be played in CO-OP mode and it knows it. It's not trying to be anything it's not, like some games. Not only are the gameplay mechanics deep, there is a campaign mode with some powerful interesting characters sprinkled in the game. But what realy kicks ass is the sense of exploration between the planets as you unlock the what looks like hundres unique quest. This game is superbly polished as far as the graphics go, some of the best i've seen to date. Go get this on the PS4 today, I guarantee you'll get hooked, disregard this editors review. Gotto go play, see ya!

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That score is ridiculous and does not reflect the fun factor of the game in the least. It also is old and does not consider all of the new content - much of it addressing the negatives brought up in this article. The game has new areas, Warframes, weapons, Sentinels and other items. It has new mission types, and has been tweaked and upgraded all around. Why is Gamespot so down on a start-up (beta) game anyway? If anything you should be supportive of new game entities - that's what drives the future of gaming. I have been playing Warframe for the last 5 months, and I would fully disagree with anyone who says the game is not good enough for a better review and a much better score (not to mention your scaring off new players). The game is still in Beta - but its better than a lot of the full release garbage you guys have given higher scores to. and lastly - this article is old - you need to refresh it and re-calculate that ridiculous score.

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Edited By BlessTheMusic

@magusat999 You hit the nail on the head. Why should someone base an opinion off something they have been given? What is sounds like is the beta was pretty sub par, and he rated it as that. Also, he gave it a 6, which in my opinion is extremely fair for a game in beta status. This is the reason people like yourself aren't in the video game industry. You can't rate and review things off of hopes and promises to come. If that were the case almost every video game with a good trailer and a lot of hype would be a masterpiece.

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@BlessTheMusic Except no-one reviews games based on trailers, they wait for the game to be released. Which begs the question, why was this game reviewed while it was labelled as an unfinished and unreleased game?

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@Tyrlian comparing Borderlands to warframe?!LOLOLOLOL

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why was this game reviewed if still in beta?

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The game is still in beta but the grind is all the game, so far, as the devs say. If you don't enjoy just killing stuff with ninja skillz and a lot of weapons, don't play. And every week there are more stuff. Its already far better. And free. Its not pay to win, it's pay to skip.

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@kasalaba then why pay to skip?

ohh so you want to win faster than me so you pay to "skip"?

F2P games are P2W and that is a FACT and no amount of blind fanbois can change that , its how things work , nothing is FREE , F2P is a LIE

Its like you DL a demo and if you want you can upgrade it to full game and if you dont upgrade then be ready to enjoy the bottom of the barrel and being a target practice for Wallet Warriors

NEXT

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@EddyG0RD0 @kasalaba

There is no "full version" you and i can have all the items and weapons and frames with no money. Even skins are free, if you find them in an alert mission. Events give a ton of ingame money and rare items. And there is no win or end game to rush to. Have you played the game or are you just talk?

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Edited By boss_bruno

If anyone are considering playing, use this link: https://warframe.com/signup?referrerId=5161a0851a4d80046100006a

It'll give you a 7 day double XP, and believe me, you gonna need it: the first hours of playing will be a little hard to upgrade anything.

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I felt this was a fair review and to give the game a fair rating seems accurate right now. There is a lot of room for improvement, but the core gameplay is cool. Just needs more variety, storyline, and things to do other than grinding. It's worth giving a shot, and there's a program for 7 Days double XP for new players now, link is located here: https://warframe.com/signup?referrerId=515220021a4d809939000181

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Edited By Tyrlian

To add to my previous comment, I would like to know how long the reviewer spent playing this game. If it is anywhere within a few hours then it should be considered ill-informed.


Borderlands suffers from repetition as well but plenty of people love it just the same, many games do. The levels are randomly assembled though and the individual rooms are continuously being adjusted and touched up, and new tilesets are being added too.

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Warframe - what a lot of fuss about nothing! Also take note - they will retain your card details if not careful and charge make unauthorised transactions. Hell of a job to get it sorted if you ever do!

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@chrisant72 World of Warcraft will retain your card details if you want them to, so will steam(And yet people let them because it's convenient). This looks like a comment to scare people, and making unauthorized transactions? That's a claim that requires proof.

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I thought it was policy to wait till a free to play leaves beta before review, thats how it was for tribes and DOTA

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If this had arcade multiplayer modes like Deathmatch/Team Deathmatch etc it would be absolutely incredible.

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repetitive eh?

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good review! again as many have say, its still on beta! ill tell you, ive been playing for 2 months now and i never get tired of it, as long as i play 10 missions at most a day and obviously WITH friends. This game is a ton of fun, everyone should try it out, hey its free!

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The graphics could be better. Am trying a another download-source though.

Otherwise an ok game.

/Dr. Mabuse

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Pretty spot on review, unfortunately its a review of a beta. Even though I doubt the game will change much from now till release, reviewing something before its creator considers it finished is just bad form.

The repetition of the game is part of its charm, and ymmv, but I did find it enjoyable and would probably rate this game a 7.5. It's not great but certainly didn't deserve a 6.

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good Review ... but everyone has to Play warframe at least for an evening or two !

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At worst, this is a review of an unfinished, in-development game.

At best it's a review of a demo.

Neither are fair or representative of the full game.

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Chris' review is pretty accurate to what the experience is. If you're like me and find that the fun of the moment-to-moment gameplay and the excitement of trying out new weapons and warframes that you've crafted outweighs the occasionally monotonous grind and repetitive nature of the missions, then you could probably bump the score up to a 7 or 7.5.

For Chris the grind outweighed the fun, bringing it down to a 6, and that is perfectly reasonable. Beyond that, it is likely to be how most people react to the game. It's not gonna be everyone's cup of tea, and while it might grow on some people if they stick with it long enough, for others it will only get less enjoyable over time as the repetition wears on them.

As someone who has put over a hundred hours into the game and enjoys it despite the repetition and grind, I honestly don't see a whole lot changing about the core gameplay between now and full release later this year. We're guaranteed at least one more mission tile set (outdoor Grineer outposts), with some new enemies to face. But if your primary complaint is the repetition of the gameplay, that's probably not going to change anytime soon.

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You claim repetition. How many games of this collect em up stroke level up have you played where you did not play the same instances over and over. You are an inexperienced gamer. A good reviewer but inexperienced in gaming terms. Warframe has a lot of depth and shines at high level.

This game will fail. I am nearly 100% sure of that as all reviewers give it 6 out of 10 and Digital Extremes always change what feels good for something that drives the gamer insane. They are arrogant because of past experiences with publishers. This is why they and Warframe will fail.

They do however have some amazing ideas and some things in Warframe that other gaming companies will rip off, just as Digital Extremes have ripped off every game or film they have ever seen or played. Give it a year and we will see many fast, fluid games with amazing graphics but with tutorials to explain such complicated things as the Warfame mod system which has amazing depth but is bugged, flawed and hard to understand as a new player.

If you would have seen the progress Warframe has made in such a small space of time you would have said 8 out of 10 and watch out for this one. Still doomed to fail because its in the hands of a company that listens to bad gamers and feels hurt by criticism from good gamers.

Anyway I'm done.

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This review really is spot on. GameSpot on.

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This game was pretty good, don't listen to the GameSpot review... Their reviews have been complete shit lately.

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This game looked really fun to me until I watched this review. I still want to give it a go for myself, but it was disappointing to see it get the reviews it got.

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Mildly interesting. But, atlas!, nothing new. It appears that the fps-genre has more or less been mainly stagnant since the early 2000's.

Wait... HEY, there's a new thing in town:

A new FPS-game is out with a truely new premise: Play as an aspring footsoldier in the Chinse Peoples Liberation Army !

Well, While I do feel that its not fair to beat on the Japanese (dont beat on someone smaller than yourself!), then its refreshing. I'd love nothing more than a game where yyou could play as fx a Chinese soldier/army attacking USA on their soil. Not least getting to shoot some Americans. There's been decades of non-creativity in this genre, so perhaps it would not be too much to ask that a developer guts-up' and takes this inspiration and makes an "shoot the American" game. I'm sure it will be popular in most other regions in the World !


With gamer-greetings from Europe,

/Dr. Mabuse jr.

I - a pirate of the 1000 seas.
I get my games free of fees.

I play on the latest rigs.
That is, unless they'r siezed by the pigs'.

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Ok - the title?

"Glorious Mission". A bit hammed up? Not really.

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@dr_Mabuse : Well, it seems there is a bit of a lack in the freedom of speech on gamespot ?? ;-)

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that was great


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guys it's been in beta for quite some time (more than a year ) and all the changes so far had to do with new moves or weapons and two new maps about 4-5 months ago the mission structure and A.I. Hasn't changed except for glitch fixes, I don't think that these things are going to change so much that will make this review false but even it happens they can change it, (also it is not a bad score or anything, I believe at best scenario it would get a 7.0) why all these comments complaining about dota?? They did not make review then about that game and they decided to try it now and apparently not ever again with all the complains

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Reviewing a Beta? Gotta be a new thing Gamespot is doing since they even waited until Dota 2 was officially out until they reviewed it (which is similar to this in the fact that it's also free to play and I believe has a way to pay for different things too).

Maybe they'll start reviewing Alpha's soon! "Look for a Prison Architect review out on Gamespot in a couple weeks!" Lol

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@edpeterson Digital Extremes told review outlets that it was okay to review the game as though it were released. So they did. Gamespot is not the only outlet to have reviewed this game, and in fact they waited several months longer to do so than most.

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  • First Released Mar 25, 2013
    released
    • Nintendo Switch
    • PC
    • + 2 more
    • PlayStation 4
    • Xbox One
    Warframe is a free-to-play fast-paced co-op shooter.
    7.6
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    Digital Extremes
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    3D, Action, Shooter, Third-Person
    Content is generally suitable for ages 17 and up. May contain intense violence, blood and gore, sexual content and/or strong language.
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