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By Cyril Lachel     |   Posted on November 25, 2004   |   Episode 42 (Show Archive)  

   


Here at Defunct Games we don't usually pride ourselves on being consistent. We feel consistency is overrated, and you'd rather not know what to expect from us. But around this time of year there's something in the air, and we seem to always revert back to our old habits. If you've been a long time reader you'll know that each year we have a themed feature that is updated once a day. In the past we have talked about collectibles (in the 33 Days of Christmas), we've waxed about important years in history (28 Years Until Christmas),
and last year we reviewed a whole bunch of magazines (in the 29 Issues of Christmas). So, as you can see, it only makes sense for us to give you a daily article from now until Christmas day. And that is why I'm proud to present to you the 31 Websites of Christmas.

What are the 31 Websites of Christmas, you ask? Simple, this time around we're reviewing the websites of America's most popular game publishers. Companies like Nintendo, Sega, Rockstar, and Microsoft, as well as small publishers that barely have more than a website to their name. We're going to dig through these sites and figure out what they're doing right, and what they need to work on.

Below you will find a list of all of the websites we have reviewed, check back each day for a brand new episode. If you ever fear you missed a day, don't fret, you can check them all out at this site, so get used to the new surroundings and get set for some exciting reviews, or at least entertaining ones. So go, quit listening to me and get yourself into some of these articles ... you'll find them below.

CLICK FOR THE 31 WEBSITES OF CHRISTMAS!
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