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The Let's Play Archive

The Let's Play Archive
14th December, 2012 Dear Archive Reader, Well, I'm sure I don't need to remind you what today is! What, you…you don't remember? Today is our Second Anniversary of Shininess! Oh, don't worry that you've not got me anything, because I got you something big: a shedload of shiny new features (we especially like the Reading List and the new Table of Contents), a brand new fancy logo, and some long-needed polishing! I should also note the removal of donations.

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