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The Weekend Hotness: Corgi or not to be

11:59 PM on 01.06.2013

Steven Hansen

Features Editor

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Now I sort of wish I actually found pictures of corgis dressed for Shakespearean theatre rather than used a lazy title, but alas, expectation is the root of all heartbreak. Tony will be back next weekend after he recovers from getting trashed on Listerine at MAGFest, but for now, enjoy the corgis.

This weekend, we had some lovely updates from MAGFest, Josh Derocher reviewed The Sims 3: Seasons (not exactly a winter wonderland, but spawned some wonderful comments nonetheless), Sterling Lyons reviewed Forge, which is a videogame, Jonathan Holmes talked to more developers about videogames, some Steam Box news dropped, and more!

Destructoid Original:

Sup Holmes fights pretty with LA Death Disk's Beau Blyth

Community:
Community blogs of 1/6
Forum thread of the day: Random Pictures Thread

Reviews:
Review: The Sims 3: Seasons
Review: Forge

MAGFest:
MAGFest: Day two, Video Game Orchestra and bLiNd win
MAGFest: Bad Dudes to tackle EarthBound for next album
MAGFest: Streets of Rage 4 prototype rejected by Sega
MAGFest: Day three with virt, Yuzo Koshiro, and A_Rival
My greatest MAGFest 11 moment


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