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The Official Whining thread - Keep your bitching about the injustices of the world in this thread

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Just now, Cookester15 said:

Yes mum

:D I knew this was going to happen to me sooner or later in a sticky thread; you mis-click, assume you're in the intended thread... And posts away :killzone:

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On 2018-09-16 at 10:56 PM, Bodycount NX said:

i just dont understand why remake, re0, re4 and re7 aren't on switch.


physical copies please. injustice!


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