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Submitted by GodisaGeek 656d ago | podcast

Saint & Greensie Episode 45

GodisaGeek: "Following on from last week’s discussion on Nintendo’s latest bit of kit, it’s time to reflect on the console that changed the company’s fortunes. Some say it was a dust gatherer that was pulled out when granny and granddad were around, while some will argue that it did in fact have some of the best games of this generation." (Nintendo, Wii)

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