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Video Games, Chad Muska and Christmas – Pixels or Death

Pixels or Death's Sean McGeady contributes to the site's Warm & Fuzzy December series with ruminations on Christmas past and present, time spent with Tony Hawk's Underground, and an unlikely Christmas hero.

'“… and yo, merry Christmas”, December 25th, 2003

It came not from my father. Nor from my mother or sister. Nor from my aunty, uncle, nan or grandad. Nor from my cousins, who even at their most strident wouldn’t utter a yuletide wish so boisterous and American as this. Unexpected, coincidental, and to be the most resounding Christmas message I’d ever received, it came from a man I’d never heard of. It came from Chad Muska.' (PS2, PS3, Tony Hawk games, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD, Tony Hawk's Underground, Xbox 360)

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