Videogame Clubhouse: The Valentine's Day special - destructoid

Videogame Clubhouse: The Valentine's Day special

3:45 PM on 02.13.2014

LET'S EMBARRASS OURSELVES AND OUR MOTHERS!


It's time for that annual occurrence of public shame and humiliation: Valentine's Day. If that sentence wasn't enough to tip you off then know that I'm not a big fan of the holiday. So what is a guy to do to prepare himself for tomorrow? Play some ridiculous games on the Videogame Clubhouse! 

Last week we took everyone on an adventure in Dead or Alive Xtreme 2 and this week we're going even further over the top with the discomforting Rumble Roses XX. Yeah, we're going to embarrass ourselves and our sexy wrestlers. So, come find solace in the fact that you're spending another Valentine's day alone with a 40 and Twitch with us! We're live at 4pm pst over on Dtoid.tv! Get hyped to get lonely!



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