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Tell GR: What'd You Get for Christmas?

Posted on Monday, December 26 @ 13:41:23 Eastern by

Christmas was yesterday, so that means most of the gifts have been opened and horded like some kind of gold. I had a moderate haul, void of video games (I've already got everything this year had to offer), but with some neat video game-themed odds and ends.

Easily my favorite gift was a Super Mario Chess set complete with Bowser and Mario kings (Thank you, Jenna!). I checked the booklet that came with the set and it does in fact have the Nintendo Seal of Approval! More on that later though...

What did you get for Christmas (or nondenominational celebrated holiday)?

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