Canadian military orders 500 videogames

Canadian military orders 500 videogames

Nov 19, 2010

Who wants some videogames? We do, you do, the people down the street do. Even that bloke who works the till at the supermarket. You know, the one with the funny eye who sounds a bit like Kermit the Frog; he wants some videogames too. Well, Canada’s Department of National Defence also wants some games – 500 of them. Eh, what? As reported at GamePolitics,...

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