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The World of Gaming According to Lethal B ....Final Post.

Producer Woman | 23:57 UK time, Wednesday, 26 May 2010

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Yes bloggers!

What you sayin'? It's your boy Bizzle back once again, for my final post, on my gaming habits. (Wow 4 weeks went quick innit?)

So last week I was counting down my favorite top 5 games of all time, and talking about my most memorable gaming experience. If you haven't read it yet, ya late blud! check it here.. Read on and check out what I'm talking about this week....


BUY IT, BEG IT OR BIN IT?

Okay so Mike and Treble gave me the choice of 5 games and made me decide just which category I'd put these game in. The Buying, Begging or Straight bin category.
Here's my choice... Are you guys leave me? Leave a comment and let us know what you think.

MORTAL KOMBAT.
BIN IT (Yeah I said it, and WOT?)


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DJ HERO
BEG IT


MARIO KART
BUY IT


FIFA 10
BUY IT


DANCING ON ICE
BIN THAT(Are you serious?)


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MY ULTIMATE FANTASY GAMING EXPERIENCE:

Okay so you wanna know what it would be....

No brainer really, it would have to be playing Pro Evolution with Arserne Wenger at the Emirates Arsenal Stadium, with all the Arsenal team watching, and if i win I would take over as manager cause it would show off my tactics. That would be BIG!!


So that's me, hope you guys have enjoyed reading weekly my posts, and have got a bit more insight into my gaming world. I've enjoyed kicking Rampage off and having the blog all to myself, think I should do it more often. (What do your reckon?) You never know, you may see me pop up from time to time, talking all things gaming, but until I do.... its been emotional. Shout out to the guys for letting me write on this prestigious gaming blog.

To all my peeps out there, keep supporting. Check out my myspace for all the dates you can catch me across this summer.

I'm out.


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