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Submitted by FreedomGamer 387d ago | news

Social site Dpadd hopes to be ‘just like Goodreads, but for video games’

Social gaming site Raptr may have 19 millions members, but a new Vancouver-based operation wants to take the focus away from spamming your friends’ Twitter feeds and bring it back to intelligent conversation. (Industry, Tech)

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