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I get excited about a Wappy Dog


8:30 PM on 08.19.2011



When the majority of my team were off seeing Modern Warfare 3 or Prototype 2, I wandered off and found what is likely to be the most amazing game ever known: Wappy Dog.

Wappy Dog is a small robotic dog that connects to your DS through WiFi and has the added bonus of being unbelievably cute. In the game, players are able to train Wappy, level him up, gain his friendship and play games with him. During the interview, I failed miserably at remaining professional and spent the majority of my time giggling and making them sing. 








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