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Gaming culture on your wall: 'Know Your Weak Points!'

11:30 PM on 11.23.2009 // Jordan Devore
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Commence opening your wallet.

The fifth episode of Robert Ashley's A Life Well Wasted is nearly upon us. For those unfamiliar, it's described as an Internet radio show, which is about right. It's certainly no cookie cutter podcast about videogames.

Anyway, for episode five's release, the highly-talented Olly Moss designed a slick poster that's very relevant to your interests. It's packed full of lots of great references, many of which are game-related.

You might recognize Moss from the equally rad "Spoilt" t-shirt or his "Shoot the Baddies" poster. It's not like this post has enough plugs already, so here's one more. This new poster goes on sale tomorrow, so be on the lookout.

[Via Tiny Cartridge]




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