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The Great LOL Of China

Posted on Wednesday, March 21 @ 15:08:32 Eastern by Duke_Ferris
Turns out that reports of GR's bannage in China were greatly exaggerated. That's the last time I'll trust information I find on the interwebs, even when I've written it myself.

While a very cool idea, it looks like The Great Firewall of China website is not always 100% accurate. Do not believe its lies.

As our dear friends in China pointed out to us last night, in fact, they have no problem reading Game Revolution whenever they please. It turns out we're even particularly popular in China because of the hilariously bad translations of our Chinese language edition.

So I'm here today to offer our first ever official GR apology and retraction - We love you, China. We admire your powerhouse economy, and we share your hatred of filthy Belgium.

We even threw a super-fun party for Premier Wen Jiabao. A good time was had by all.



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