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  • 17Sep

    Weekly Roundup Episode 22

    Guess who’s back? Trina! The trio is reunited once more! After a bit of schedule shuffling, maybe it’ll stay this way for a while. We can only hope, right? This week, we talk free-to-play games, what we’ve been playing, how to deal with “scary” games, Dead Island‘s little “feminist whore” problem, Max Payne 3 being super-expensive to make, gamers being super-entitled, and Nintendo’s Frankenstick for Monster Hunter 3 G.Listen below. Download the mp3 here. Catch up with us again next week! If you want to contact us, you’ve got tons of options! Twitter: @GamingAngels Email: weeklyroundup@gamingangels.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/gamingangels You can also leave us a voicemail at (209) 874-6555.

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  • 17Sep

    Target offers gamers deals for Gears of War 3 launch

    Our Gears of War 3 review will be up next week, but if you were looking to purchase the game, you may want to consider Target. Target is pulling all the stops to offer gamers the BEST deals when purchasing Gears of War 3. We’re always about saving GamingAngels’ readers money so here are the facts! Starting Tuesday at 8am, gamers can pick up Gears of War 3 at Target. Gamers can trade in iPhones, iPads, cellphones, video games, and DVDs to receive credit at Target to use toward their purchase. Gears of War 3 will be $59.99 at Target on Tuesday. With purchase you can get a free $10 Target GiftCard and a reservation card for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 for $1. Get a free $40 Target GiftCard when you purchase Gears of War 3 Xbox 360 bundle which includes the game, 320GB Xbox 360 and two

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  • 17Sep

    Clif Bar rewarding your study breaks

    We don’t really have a foods category, but it’s not often you can be rewarded for eating healthy and taking breaks from studying. I remember my snacks in college were a mixture of chips and mountain dew (the drink of programmers). But at one point I started eating Clif Bars on days that I would work out. It definitely helped keep me from eating those chips. Now you can be rewarded for eating a Clif Bar on your study breaks. Students just have to follow @ClifBar on Twitter and post your active #studybreak. Winners will get an Energy Pack that includes Clif Bars, fitness tips, water bottles, and other items for exploring the great outdoors. “CLIF BAR wants college students to know that getting outdoors for an active study break isn’t just a good idea for physical health, but can help you stay mentally sharp in the classroom,” said Carly

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