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For several years, I dedicatedly lugged a gray brick to and from my aunt's house. The Game Boy never left my side. If I was gone for the weekend, I'd load up several cartridges and the magnifying glass that also served as a light source. Then I got a Nintendo 64 for Christmas. Then a Game Boy Color, and a Game Boy Advance, and a GameCube....

The list goes on. Now I'm at home using the Wii U's GamePad and its dedicated screen while football and a parade dominate the screen. If I get control of the TV, I'll use it to push deeper into Halo 4's campaign. Video games have always been a part of my Thanksgiving tradition, whether I was hiding behind my laptop enjoying a few rounds of GunGame on my favorite Counter Strike: Source server or smiling as my extended family created Miis for the first time.

What are your Thanksgiving gaming traditions?
(And if you're from another country, say Canada, share another holiday tradition you have.)
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