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Best played wearing a leather mask, some sort of chaps, and a safe word.
DuckTales: Scrooge's Loot (iOS)
It's the first new DuckTales game in nineteen years! And it's a first-person shooter.
Hacks’n’Slash #15: Luigi and Daisy's Unhappy Vacation
Your favorite voices and your favorite couple are back in this double vacation adventure!
GC Podcast #111: Cool Game Genkie Codes
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