Charitable fellow (and personal buddy o' pal) Neil Castle is teaming up with five fellow Scottish game industry personnel to play Gears of War 3's Horde Mode for forty-eight hours on Insane difficulty. Horde 4 Charity will kick off on November 18 and hopes to raise cash for the Skylight Miscarriage Organization.
Miscarriage is, I'm sure you'll all agree, shit. Charity is generally good. With that in mind, show your contempt for the former by supporting the latter, and watch what I'm sure will be very tired, drunk and sweary Scottish people getting their arses kicked.
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