Texts From Last Level: A Real-Life Look at Your Favorite Character’s Private Lives

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It is more likely nowadays to see a person with a smartphone than without one. Hell, most kids have their own iPhone or Android by the time they're five, and I didn't get my first cell phone until I was 13, for crying out loud!

But I digress.

Point is, if you want to get to know somebody in today's society–get the real dirt, the stuff they might not show publicly–getting your hands on their cell phones may be the best way. We see gossip mags doing it all the time, and we think it's video game character's turn to get in on the hype.

Luckily, the team over at Pixel Perfect happens to have an adept team of hackers at their disposal, and they have managed to hack into the cell phones of some of the best known video game characters from around the world–and what kind of friend would we be if we didn't share some of the best texts they found with all of you here at Bitmob…








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Texts From Last Level © 2012 Pixel Perfect Limited. All video game characters and scenarios © their repective owners. iPhone, iPhone text application and all other Apple related products © Apple. The texts above are fictional and in no way represent any actual people, places, scenarios or incidents, if any similar representation occurs it is coincidental.

Justin Brenis serves as Editor-In-Chief at Pixel Perfect.  You can find the site online at www.pixelperfectmag.comlike them on Facebook or follow them onTwitter @ThePixelPerfect

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