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Charitable NES Signed By Duke Nukem

Posted on Thursday, October 14 @ 22:38:32 Eastern by
So you think you've got the most badass console collection known to man? What? A complete set of Tiger handhelds? OK, well the only thing you need now is this NES.



This NES is up for auction on eBay and was signed by some of gaming culture's greats at the Penny Arcade Expo this year. Even sweeter is the fact that all of the proceeds from this auction will go to charity.

The seller says that any money made on this NES will go to a Children's Hospital in Massachusetts. Here's a complete list of signees:

Larry Hyrb AKA Major Nelson
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Lollipop
Wil Wheaton
Paul Sabourin AKA Paul of "Paul and Storm"
Greg Dicostanzo AKA Storm of "Paul and Storm"
Jonathan Coulton
MC Frontalot
Dan Paladin
Twisted Pixel Games
Bioware
Gus Sorola of Red vs. Blue
Geoff Ramsey of Red vs. Blue
John St. John, the voice of Duke Nukem
Gabe and Tycho of Penny Arcade

Maybe the children's hospital can use the money from the auction to buy games that don't require a hot blast of nerd breath to work. Also, what has Wil Wheaton have to do with video gaming? Can't type that name without hearing it in Stewie Griffin's voice.

As an aside, if you want to check out an awesome resource on Tiger Handhelds, check out this site here.
Tags:   Duke Nukem, nes


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