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Submitted by H2OAcidic 358d ago | review

Game and Wario (Wii U) Review | Marooners' Rock

Aron writes:

"Picture the darkest night you can think of. You’re all alone and exhausted in your bedroom, yet you can’t sleep. An unhealthy obsession with a new video game has taken over your thoughts so thoroughly that your only hope for relief is to just give in and play the game, despite your mother’s wishes. Just as you begin to feel at ease and completely engrossed in the game, there are footsteps outside your door. To avoid a verbal lashing from your forked-tongued mother, you pause the game and dart under the covers. The door handle jiggles a couple times, but it was only your cat trying to get in to snuggle with you for the night." (Game & Wario, Wii U) -

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