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Don't be ridiculous: Perfect Strangers gets a fan game

A lot of people are saying that gaming needs to "grow up". Jade Raymond said it. Some guy who wrote an article for a videogame blog said it. A taco meat-colored guy who shops at my local Gamestop said it. Everyone is saying it. Therefore, it's a thing. To all of these folks demanding that the world of gaming to bend to their will, may I direct your eyeballs towards exhibit A.
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