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Submitted by Lucario 722d ago | article

DHGF: Clearing Out the Backlog: Duke Nukem Forever, Mahjong Tales, Robin Hood & Tetris

Diehard GameFAN: Well, my column about March is coming in at the tail end of April. Why is this one so late? Well, in April alone I’ve written twenty articles. This is my twenty first and Mortal Kombat for the PS Vita will be my twenty-second, so as you can see I’ve been extremely busy. I haven’t even remotely touched my backlog this month, so there won’t be a “Clearing Out the Backlog” column in May. That said, I’m taking all of May off, so June should have a pretty long column – most likely filled with Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine and Skylanders. Both of which should have been played in March but…personal stuff happened and I ended up being up able to play any console games for most of March and April. (Android, Duke Nukem Forever, Mahjong Tales: Ancient Wisdom, PC, PS3, Robin Hood: Twisted Fairy Tales, Tetris)

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