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Submitted by Nederob 1326d ago | news

Dutch gamers play 100 hours of Zelda for charity

A group of six Dutch gamers is playing seven The Legend of Zelda games for charity. For 100 hours straight, from Wednesday evening untill Sunday night, the group is gaming for the Dutch Heart Foundation. At 36 hours in the marathon they made 2378 euro. All profits go directly to charity. (Culture, GameCube, Retro, The Legend of Zelda, Wii)

Credit url: nederob.nl

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