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Submitted by icemonkey9 901d ago | interview

Pamela Horton, Playboy’s Miss October, Talks Gaming

Pamela Horton will be appearing on the cover of Playboy‘s October issue earning her the title of Miss October on the popular magazine. As it turns out, Pamela Horton is a huge gamer, going back many years to the days of the Nintendo 64. Ms. Horton’s PR department alerted our team here at Gaming Illustrated that she’d love to talk video games with us, so our own Rachel Gray got together with Playboy’s Miss October for this exclusive interview. (Culture, World of Warcraft)

Grenade  +   901d ago
Why did you interview her?
She's a complete nobody. No one cares if some goon plays games.
Interview game devs or voice actors, not this non-game related person that i've never heard of before and will likely never hear of again.

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