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Submitted by -Mezzo- 836d ago | preview

Kotaku Didn’t Get Why People Love Giant Mechs. Then Kotaku Played Hawken.

Kotaku - I've been unfair to giant mechs and the people who love them. If you asked me about mechs a week ago, I'd probably make some awful comment about how mechs remind me of little boys clacking their action figures together, which isn't appealing to me. I didn't "get" the love for giant mechs. (Hawken, PC)

neogeo  +   836d ago
Good read.

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