Does anyone else have an ad for some new free game plastered all over their hubs? It's just not appropriate for some of the articles (whine, snivel, ) Does anyone know what's up with that, please?
IS it part of that new ad partnership thingy we were emailed about? I know I can block it, but is that allowed?
No, but I have seen that one. This was called Kinglory. It looks like an RPG, and showed a provocatively clad oriental lady. It seems to be gone now, but when I posted this thread it was plastered all over almost every hub I had - how annoying
Have you seen this one?
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