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The game’s combat system of setting up “primers” and “detonators” felt snappy, similar to the one-two combination punches of the “Mass Effect” cooperative system.
Navigating around the Series X is a better experience than you’d find on older Xboxes, if only because it’s a lot snappier.
Loading into Overwatch, as I’ve done thousands of times, felt refreshingly snappy.
Even though the actual connections aren’t revolutionary, the 12 Pro does provide a snappier overall experience than its predecessor.
"And make it snappy," added Mollie slangily, as she and Betty disappeared into the adjoining room.
In his hand he carried a cane, which he swung with short, snappy strokes, as a man might who was out of temper.
THE RIVAL CAMPERS AFLOATRUEL PERLEY SMITH
Siebold 127 had never seen anything quite so snappy as that.
RADIO BOYS LOYALTYWAYNE WHIPPLE
The hand went up, the man straightened and held a fairly snappy salute.
GREYLORNJOHN KEITH LAUMER
He wrestles with problems and cares all day, and when he sits down to read in the evening, he says: "Make it short and snappy."
So that, while the boy who does not play "snappy" and hard cannot rank high, neither can the boy who plays "rough-house."

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