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Tuesday September 19, 2017 @ 01:45:35 PM mt

Starting the next generation of pc gamers :



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Tuesday September 19, 2017 @ 01:45:34 PM mt

How to get a Nintendo Switch at Gamestop for 305. Secrets from a Gamestop employee.



Hey everyone, I'm writing to everyone here on reddit today because i'm sick of This company turning down sales of the Nintendo Switch because of the " Attach Rate " It makes me sick. I've had to turn down a few kids at my store because in order to take home a Switch, you need to purchase 2 items with the Switch. Gamestop has put this rule in place to stop people from reselling the console online for a profit. The thing is at the same time, Gamestop is robbing people. You shouldn't have to purchase 2 items to take home a console and i'm over this Bullsh#!2$. I'm here to tell you that you can take a Switch home today for total of $305. All you need to do is go into a store and ask for a Nintendo Switch, When they give you that bullsh#!2$ speech about you needing to purchase 2 items just say " Alright, Cool. " When they ask what items you'd like, you say " i'll take a FREE basic membership and put $5 down on a pre-order " That's all you need to do in order to buy a Switch. Don't let them punk you around. Gamestop gets the Nintendo Switch more than any retailer in the USA so they have plenty in stores right now. Gamestop wants the average transaction for a Switch to be between $450 and $550. Thats just down right crazy. So to end this rant, If your looking for a Nintendo Switch, Gamestop has em'. Tons actually.

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Tuesday September 19, 2017 @ 01:42:21 PM mt

GAGA: FIVE FOOT TWO Official Trailer HD



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Tuesday September 19, 2017 @ 01:42:20 PM mt

Worst movie you seen at the cinema



For me it's between these two classics;

Silent Hill Sequel: Just a terrible movie that had none of the moments that made the first movie a surprise success, they just tried to make it a cheap jump scare experience and they even failed to do that right.

The Darkest Hour: The only reason I actually remember this movie is it holds the acclaim of being the first ever 3D movie I ever seen, just a completely forgettable Sci-Fi movie that someone ended up getting a theatrical release and the 3D only ended up being used in a minute long scene, safe to say I was cursing the use of 3D in movies after seeing that movie.

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