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Amongst the games, press releases and bulging envelopes of cash curiously marked '9/10, yeah?' that we receive from publishers each day we also get clothing. Mainly T-shirts of random ill-fitting sizes. And they fall into three categories: Outdoors, Indoors, and Bin.
Outdoors ones don't have massive logos that scream 'I AM A SEXLESS NERD' and to the layman could potentially be a unique tee designed by a Japanese artist. Indoors means it has a logo but provides a snug fit and therefore become's your go-to tee when painting or lounging about the house ill. And Bin is self-explanatory.
Sadly, most of these beauties never make it to public consumption, so in that respect we’re kind of like catwalk models; except marginally better looking. So feast your eyes on this collection of gaming garments that we harvested from our very own wardrobes. Think you’ve got better examples? Then post a link to a pic in the comments below. Onwards...
The logo is so tiny, only those with their face in your chest will see it
Combine with an unzipped jacket to hide the GTA logo and appear uber-cool
Quote is reference to every pundits view on footballing giant, Peter Crouch
It may be thinner than wet tissue but the stylish WipEout vehicle is geek-chic
A rare purple number that you can almost guarantee no-one will recognise
We'd wear a top with Pip-Boy on even if he was looming large in the middle
Worship the Super Monkey. Worship this Super T-shirt