Re: Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan! Review - Please Rate This Review
A run-on sentence is one that goes on far too long with either no punctuation, or could be split into multiple sentences. Here's an example:
"So, as a full game, Ouendan is substantially lacking, but, now that this has been noted and acknowledged, I can impart my final, most significant message; it's also maddeningly addictive."
Other times, the sentences are simply long-winded, like this one:
"Whilst I’ve never considered it to be brilliant, genius or any other superlatives I throw around to make wasting my time seem like appreciating art, there’s something in Ouendan that unfailingly twitches me to pick up again and again."
Also, and I'm sure I'll get flak for this: what's with "whilst?"