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Report: Nintendo reveals system seller 'Girls RPG'

Sep 13 // Maurice Tan

An anonymous source close to the Internet has revealed to us that Nintendo is publishing what is sure to be the biggest new IP to grace the 3DS to date: Girls RPG.

Cliff Bleszinski has been overheard talking about the upcoming hit 3DS title, saying: "This sh*t is emasculating my Lancer. What the sh*t kind of weapon do I need to design now?!!" Meanwhile, David Cage had this to say about Girls RPG's potential: "I'm glad the 3DS platform is allowing for the merger between art and media to create a form of interactive drama -- something that I, David Cage, have pioneered myself -- in a way that was previously inconceivable in the game industry before I, David Cage, bestowed Heavy Rain upon the world."

While information is scarce at the moment, screenshots of Girls RPG were unearthed in a desert tomb -- although any who have looked at them so far have turned into skeletons as a result of their sheer power. We have asked top men for more details, stay tuned for our investigative report.

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