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Submitted by WonsAuto 381d ago | opinion piece

Gaming's Most Eligible Bachelorettes of 2013

Women are starting to empower our industry more frequently than we’re used to, and this is a great thing. Not only does this allow for a higher potential of finding a mate, but it’s not longer a sausage fest waiting for a bad guy to show up or a weapon to drop. Now, we can kick ass in a multitude of ways. Sadly, the same issues plaguing men of this company are also plaguing the women — too much time dedicated to pillaging, ending governmental oppression, saving lives, and destroying bad guys — and not enough time to find love. (Culture, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360)

tigertron  +   381d ago
Give me Mirror's Edge 2...

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