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Take a visit to the Dafoeverse


7:00 PM on 12.23.2012



The Wii U's Miiverse community network is my absolute favorite thing about the console thus far. This is in no small part due to our very own Jim Sterling's declaration that the community for Rabbids Land would see better use as a community honoring the immensely talented Willem Dafoe. The internet heard the message (mostly) and the content you'll find in the "Dafoeverse" is some of the most creative and entertaining stuff you'll find in the whole of the Miiverse.

I'm absolutely hooked on it, but what about all those who haven't been able to purchase a Wii U and join the fun? On Saturday Morning Hangover, we're here to help and have been making weekly visits to the Dafoeverse to discover all the strange and wonderful art and comments. Check out what we found this week in the video above.

And, if you want to watch the full episode, you'll find that below:

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