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The Internet TV network exploded after the recall of Classic Sega Game Indie

The Internet TV network exploded after the recall of Classic Sega Game Indie

That famous classic, the mutant monster.

screenshot: Sega

British media conglomerate, Sky, He just managed to get a full ass on Twitter, after trying to put wiv da cool kidz on hold while promoting her new partnership with David Beckham’s eSports company, Guild. Follower request [checks notes] Technical support account to tweet Screenshot of their ‘childhood favorite #IndieGame’, they offered to start with a photo…monster changed. This popular indie game released by Sega 19988.

Murdoch’s formerly owned network of TV and broadband channels is now in Comcast’s hands, and that company’s background appears to have tarnished somewhat its vision of independence. Tweet replies are happy to suggest alternative independent childhood favorites, like HelloAnd the Super Mario 64And the Skyrim.

Helpfully suggested by others Dune IIAnd the Call of Duty Part 4 Modern Warfareand one person discovered a mysterious address called Tetris.

The support account, in the last few minutes (about three hours after tweeting), began responding to sarcastic responses with protests that meant “#RETROGAMES”. But it’s too late for that.

I also ventured a suggestion.

It’s not clear why the support account is the source of this absurdity, but now they are frantically trying to get the error between explaining why the internet is down to customers. A very strange situation he found himself in. And now we’re making it worse for them by posting their mistake on a widely read global website.

Don’t feel bad about them. You should see how much they charge for bad quality TV and internet. Well, just imagine Comcast’s fee and serviceAnd you’re on the way there.

Thanks to that, they haven’t deleted the tweet yet. And you know, I’ve now heard about Guild for the first time, so maybe something works?

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