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Solon is learning about multiplication this week! The death of Coco Bandicoot is tragic, we’re cleaning up all kinds of leaks, we’ve got another Zelda musou on the horizon, we’ve finally got a release date for a new console, there is a game that Solon has not played, you can buy the Scott Pilgrim game again soon, Recettear is still great, Solon has broken his XIV promise, the term “chugga chugga” has lost all meaning, and the Crazy Frog has returned.
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