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The Jimquisition: Taking Videogames Seriously


3:00 PM on 12.19.2011



When will games be taken seriously? Why isn't anybody taking videogames seriously? How many times can Jim say the word "seriously" in a single video? Does any of it matter? No. None of it. Ever.






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