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Getting Final Fantasy XIII

Waiting for Final Fantasy XIII is never longer for us gamers. At the midnight of March 9, our wait had finally over. We all went out to street, lining up in front of Gamestop store to get our long-awaited game.

These are the people who willingly throwing away their social life just for a game

Including us, and we are happy about it

After 30 minutes of waiting, we get our hands on the game, and there are still others who waiting to end their social life.

Welcome, solitary life


  1. ini komen respon kepada komen mira:

    haha x ble bla xD "waiting to end their social life" sape kwn ko tuh?die ke slh sorg gamer dlm post ko b4 ni?

    erm aku x sure post maner yg ko maksudkan huhu. dier sophomore tahun nie, n dier pun minat main game~

  2. shi shit apsal la korang leh maen game....

    hahahaha xkan la maen game sampai by bye to social life

  3. GOD!!!
    Its finally out!!!

    I should get a PS3 RIGHT NOWWW~!

    But I'll need to grab some money first -_-"


  4. mau - kalau dah kate budak u...of coz la boleh main...hw diketepikan dlu hahaha

    kai - start saving from now! haha

  5. Yeah, i should take a part time job.


  6. yup you should!

    did you know that this game received different receptions between western gamers and asian gamers? it is more favorable in asian


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