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Ugly gaming clothes: Space Invaders IRL

Jul 18 // Matthew Razak

You know, for every amazingly totally superbly fantastically awesome piece of gaming clothing we post about here at Destructoid there are probably about a million crappy gaming t-shirts we don't post about. I'm changing that here and now with this Space Invader t-shirts from artist Jimiyo and Tee Fury.

These are butt ugly. Not only is the "in real life" space invader not that cool or original looking, but the size and placement of everything is far to large. And that neon green. I know it's supposed to be repping the original game, but that is not a color anyone should really be wearing that much of unless they're going to some sort of 80s party. I'm sorry, but shirts like this are why people think that gamers have no fashion sense.

And before you go ahead an call me a douche for simply posting about something so I can tear into it, I will just say that if you like the shirt now you know about it and you can buy it so free advertisement done. And, yes, it was kind of a dick move on my part. I'll buy them some White Castle.


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