'Downton Abbey' For The SNES

Tap up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A, start for unlimited dress coats. I've found that Downton Abbey has gone downhill since the first season, but I still watch it for my girl. However, I WOULD PLAY THE SH*T OUT OF THIS if it were real. C'mon, Laura Linney. Use your star power to make this game happen. (Bill Kiley)

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