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is this the game where you crawl through the street off your head and you get points for avoiding cameras?
 

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I like Andrew O'keefe though, he's a great host for the show
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shakirmoledina said:
it's strange as to why ppl actually make this for handheld games... also came out for gba but with a different host (PIC in SirVG's sig)


They needed a host that Aussies could relate to.
 

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shakirmoledina said:
it's strange as to why ppl actually make this for handheld games... also came out for gba but with a different host (PIC in SirVG's sig)


They needed a host that Aussies could relate to.
 

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