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8-04-2009 @ 11:27AM
Ive worked in the video game business and ive got to tell you that everything is secretive there you cannot divulge any information whatsoever so getting a leak from someone puts that person in hot waters because they can get some serious lawsuits on their hands, even if we get the news the next day then they will still be marked as someone who cannot be trusted, in my opinion we should just be glad someone is risking their job to give us this informatio, plus well know tomorrow if its true or not
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