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Posted on Tuesday, March 13 @ 16:02:31 PST by Duke_Ferris
Holy Cats! Now that's a lot of video games to give away, but that's also exactly what we just did today for two lucky winners.

Usually we give away a huge box of video games every month. However, due to a strange confluence of events - including my trip to the Caribbean, a misplaced case of rum, the lunar eclipse, and siege on the GR compound by the Dept. of Homeland Security - no winner was drawn in the month of February. Or something like that. We honestly can't remember, but the case of rum is definitely missing.

So this month we've decided to retroactively fix history and draw two winners. We had some other changes we wanted to make, but the damn time machine is on the fritz again and this was the best we could do.

So congratulations go out to GR members khill, and CapGunSuicide. We're making our way slowly through those piles of games, but we still have a ways to go, so if you want your own chance to win a box-o-games, you can read all about it here.
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