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I was playing GTA V last night and heard this over the radio for the first time, I just had to share it, as some of you guys would get a kick out of it too.

 

It looks a little like a Sprint commercial haha. I also love the fact that you have to sign a 6 year contract. XD

 

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No, and why would they? The Wii U doesn't have the market share to warrant the time it would take to port the game. 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9uRCKtaOCU

 

Aw, that is the wrong answer.

 

I play real, classic video *games*, not crime simulations.  What is that, "the purge"?  If I want "the purge," I just tear a few people some new ones here at S4GRU.

 

;)

 

AJ

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Aw, that is the wrong answer.

 

I play real, classic video *games*, not crime simulations.  What is that, "the purge"?  If I want "the purge," I just tear a few people some new ones here at S4GRU.

 

;)

 

AJ

Ocarina of TIme's release date: 1998. Grand Theft Auto's release date: 1997. Get that classical BS outta here.

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Ocarina of TIme's release date: 1998. Grand Theft Auto's release date: 1997. Get that classical BS outta here.

 

In the last year, I have played on the Wii U more "Final Fantasy II" and "The Legend of Zelda" than I have any other games.  Oh yeah, those release dates are 1991 and 1986.  Try again, youngster.

 

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In the last year, I have played on the Wii U more "Final Fantasy II" and "The Legend of Zelda" than I have any other games.  Oh yeah, those release dates are 1991 and 1986.  Try again, youngster.

 

AJ

Ok, Grandpa. 

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Whoa! Timeout people! 80's and early 90's games are awesome!

 

 

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I never said they weren't, I'm just saying that new games are fun, too and should at least be tried before there discarded.

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i like going on and killing random people :P.  tho i do like saints row 3 better then gta iv.  my favorite games are final fantasy 3 7 and tactics, sacred 2, old castlevania, everquest mmorpg, ico, shadow of the colossus etc.  any good rpg or survival horror is my thing.

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