TheSpeedGamers will conquer Zelda for charity - destructoid

TheSpeedGamers will conquer Zelda for charity

9:00 PM on 12.14.2011

Tony Ponce

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More holiday generosity coming down the chimney!

Beginning December 16 at 6 PM CST, game-marathon specialists TheSpeedGamers will be playing through as much of the Zelda series as they can in the span of 72 hours. As usual, they are accepting donations; all proceeds will go to the Paws for Reflection Ranch, Tara Sawyer Foundation, and Trent's Retreat Nonprofit Foundation. If you want to toss some change their way, hit up their site when the video stream begins on Friday night. If they manage to hit $15k, they'll soldier on for an extra day.

All this giving, all this charity, all this love and selflessness is really making me feel bad for being a greedy little man who wonders when he's going to get his. But really, I just try to do my thing by sharing a little something fun or fascinating now and then and hoping I can make people smile a bit. That's fine, right?


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