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Support this: 48 hours of Ratchet & Clank for charity

7:20 PM on 12.03.2009  ·  Jordan Devore@DtoidJordan
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It's truly awe-inspiring to see how many gamers are willing to put their dedication to good use by organizing gaming marathons in the name of Child's Play. And let's not forget the generous people who help out the cause through donations. They all rock.

Gamer Limit is running one of these events in the very near future, and we wanted to make sure you were all aware. It's a 48-hour-long charity drive in which two teams -- one based in the US, the other in Australia -- will compete by playing through as much of the Ratchet & Clank series as possible.

They're calling it "Piece of Heart," and you will definitely want to watch the fun unfold. The event starts tomorrow at 5:00 PM CST, so bookmark this page, mark the date on your calendar, and do whatever else it takes to prepare.

Times like these make me especially proud to call myself a gamer.

 
 

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