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Submitted by Pozzle 655d ago | news

Chinese Actress Claims To Be Super Gamer, Supposedly Plays 5 Different Games Simultaneously

Chinese actress Li Xiao Ran (李小冉)is known for many things in China; she's famous for her roles on both the big screen and the TV screen as well as her prowess as a dancer. The one thing that she really isn't known for is being a gamer, and now she's out to change that. (Culture, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

juandren  +   655d ago
Just one thing to say...

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plaZeHD  +   655d ago
Just perfect, LOL.
Ritsujun  +   655d ago
I was one of the 5. You know what 'game' 6 of us were playing. =)
Steadyhndz  +   655d ago
Kotaku has nothing to report on until the 20th...so they report stuff like this.
Mr_cheese  +   655d ago
aint nobody got time for that
Sharius  +   655d ago
oh, you know, knowning too much about chinese web base game, i'm not suprise at all
Dark_Overlord  +   655d ago
Doesn't state what games, its pretty easy to run 5 time management or Facebook games at once (Heck I've done more than that at one point lol)

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