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Submitted by GregMicek 321d ago | opinion piece

Unwinnable Weekly Issue 1. Purchase, or Pass?

Marcus Estrada writes: "Unwinnable Weekly had a severely stressful Kickstarter campaign for most of its funding period. As the last days were finally upon them, fans and the project creators pushed harder than ever before to make it a success. In the end, they made it; and now the first issue of Unwinnable Weekly is upon us. The digital magazine’s goal is provide unique takes on popular media (games, comics, books, etc) as well as non-fiction and fiction narratives. So, how does it appeal to someone mostly invested in it for games writing?" (Culture)

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