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Posted on Tuesday, April 28 @ 16:44:08 PST by Duke_Ferris
Just had a few different things I wanted to get off my chest today.

First off, I urge you to check out the review for My Pet Shop. It's a new sort of GR experiment, because 12 year old girls deserve good games (and game reviews) too. Thoughts?

Second, the media managed yesterday to manufacture a fake controversy around the flash game Faith Fighter where the world's deities can brawl for supremacy. The truth is that the game has been around for over a year, and nobody was outraged until the news started telling people how outraged they were. Sadly, the game's makers, Molleindustria, were pressured into taking down the game.

Well, there's a reason the word revolution is in our URL. You can now play Faith Fighter right over here in our Goodies section.

And finally, since the internets are all about the new fangled moving-picture-thingies these days, I give you The Clan, a pilot for the Xbox Live Originals contest back in 2007. It was directed by Scott Patch.
 

 
 



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