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The Videogame Show What I've Done: Metal Gear Solid

12:00 PM on 01.16.2010 // Jim Sterling
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Ladies and gentlemen, the series that nobody asked to return has come back! Yes, after a very welcome break that most people hoped would last forever, The Videogame Show What I've Done has returned for another season (I'm going to pretend it's a season when it's really not) of insightful video commentary and family reminiscence. 

This week sees me finally make the full transition from Windows Movie Maker to some video editing software not made by drooling monkey retards. That's why things look a little different (and are actually not blurry as fuck or in SD or otherwise rubbish). It's about Metal Gear Solid and I quite like it. 

Go do a watching of that. You've literally got nothing better to do.




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