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It will shift tones, sometimes satirizing video game tropes, and sometimes drawing on them for inspiration.
‘NIER REPLICANT’ IS AN EXPERIMENTAL, HEARTBREAKING POP ALBUM OF A VIDEO GAMEGENE PARKAPRIL 22, 2021WASHINGTON POST
These satirize the customs and social habits of the Jews of his day in a bright and powerful style.
CHAPTERS ON JEWISH LITERATUREISRAEL ABRAHAMS
We may satirize character and qualities in the abstract without injury to our moral nature, but persons hardly ever.
GEORGE ELIOT'S LIFE, VOL. I (OF 3)GEORGE ELIOT
"Don't satirize it," she exclaimed, looking up at him with a start.
THE ADVENTURES OF A WIDOWEDGAR FAWCETT
It is true, also, that Thackeray approached "society" rather to satirize it than to set forth its agreeableness.
FROM CHAUCER TO TENNYSONHENRY A. BEERS
All that we used to satirize in former entertainments of this kind fails to exist in those I am describing.
AN AMBITIOUS WOMANEDGAR FAWCETT
He is not dangerous, I should say; though I have known a woman to satirize a man for years, and marry him after all.
MARJORIE DAWTHOMAS BAILEY ALDRICH
New York appeared in her old guise of mammoth materialist, but now he had no heart to satirize her dishonor.
THE NEST BUILDERBEATRICE FORBES-ROBERTSON HALE
Our final illustration of the Skazkas which satirize women is the story of the Golovikha.
RUSSIAN FAIRY TALESW. R. S. RALSTON
It is not to be taken seriously, and may be employed either to satirize or to amuse.
ELEMENTARY GUIDE TO LITERARY CRITICISMF. V. N. PAINTER

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