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In the 4th instalment of Chapter 20 in the 24-part Broken Saints saga, RAIMI MATTHEWS starts to feel the full effects of the mushroom tea administered by KAMIMURA.
As his world dissolves into lines of code, we travel back with him to the his distant youth - a time at his Mother's bedside, during her darkest hour.

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PsYUKPsYUK

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 8, 2010

Brilliant

Broken Saints Chapter 20 Act 4 was excellent, really told the story of Raimi and about hes sick mum, excellent roll on act 5.

Graphics: Great artwork not that much animation.
Sound Effects: A few effects but not loads.

9/10 stars for this one excellent.



Vox101Vox101

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 10, 2009

Hmmm

No one's commented here since 2007. Even that guy who just says "Bad ass series is now gone. I feel a little bit alone. (This stuff is still top-notch, by the way).



ATruthSeekerATruthSeeker

Rated 3 / 5 stars February 9, 2007

I love the way

that this moved, and especially the way that Raimi's words tied right back into the beginning of his story.



Goggleman64Goggleman64

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 8, 2006

Slow Parts

Straight up, man. Have the people who are whining about these slow parts ever read a book? You know the flashback parts that aren't all that exciting, but are needed for the characters and to make sense of everything? Did you not think a storyline as complex as this one wasn't going to need a few of those?
Plus, pay some freaking attention to these flashbacks, and you may find some interesting things. Notice the connection between Raimi's line at the end of this episode and his line at the end of episode two? I hope so. It was weird and unexplained in Episode two, and if it didn't stick in your memory, you may be living too much for the fight scenes and not enough for the reasons behind the fights. If you want that, go watch Dad's Home.
Not to say Dad's Home isn't a sweet, sweet flash. In fact, having gotten my Broken Saints fix, I'm going to go watch it right now.



AnnaNaviAnnaNavi

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 14, 2005

interesting

That was great, I've had experiances similar to the begining while on halucinogens and had really similar thoughts. So I found him really easy to identify with for the first bit of the episode.

Whoever it was who felt like whining about this episode and can't spell should stop watching it if they don't want to know whats going on. These last few have been slow but have given the characters a lot more depth and given us a better understanding of them, making them seem all the more real.

Its obvious when someone posts if they watch too much reality tv.