Here's a sample from the article, which really is very good and close to featured quality already:
Metroid II was released by Nintendo in North America on January 20, 1992, in Japan on January 21, 1992, and in Europe on May 21, 1992. The game was not as well received as its Nintendo Entertainment System counterpart, but it was still given generally favorable reviews, receiving an aggregated score of 80% from Game Rankings. Nintendo included the game in its Player's Choice marketing label. Metroid II is often considered the weakest game in the franchise. Praise focused on the game's story and settings, while criticism targeted its graphics and audio. In their Top 200 Games list, Nintendo Power ranked the game as the 102nd best game on a Nintendo console. Metroid II was also included in Videogames.com's list of the best Game Boy games.
Write one sentence in passive voice and it's easy to write another. Occasionally people just slip into the passive mood, hardly noticing the change. So I told him "Gary, you've wandered into the passive voice swamp," so of course he changed the paragraph and got out of that swamp before any allegories bit him. Yet there ought to be a term for the phenomenon. And now (with forbearance from one of Wikipedia's very best contributors) the blogosphere has one.
Drain the passive voice swamp!
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