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Smith In Wild West [v0.21] [APK] __HOT__



Well, first off, a TON. Second, if it's getting this bad, maybe it /is/ time gamers stand up for their hobby and start holding companies accountable for their actions, otherwise it's just going to be the wild wild west for them and we're going to see a lot fewer good companies out there and stories like the nonsense at Activision Blizzard King or Ubisoft are going to become the norm because they'll know they can get away with it and it's going to drag the entire industry backwards.




Smith in Wild West [v0.21] [APK]



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