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All Your Base are Belong to Us by  Harold Goldberg - Paperback - First Edition/First Printing - 2011 - from Gene The Book Peddler  and Biblio.com

All Your Base are Belong to Us

by Goldberg, Harold

Condition: Fine/No Jacket


New York: Three Rivers Press, 2011 first edition/first printing book is tight with no markings, nice copy . First Edition/First Printing. Trade Paperback. Fine/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

HAROLD GOLDBERG has reviewed video games for fifteen years for such publications as Wired, Entertainment Weekly, Boys' Life, The Village Voice , and Radar , and for three years penned a widely syndicated gaming column. He has also written on a variety of other subjects for the New York Times, Vanity Fair, Esquire, New York , and Rolling Stone . In addition to his journalism, Goldberg served as editor-in-chief of Sony Online Entertainment during the launch of EverQuest.



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