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Perhaps you’re tired of reading about crowd-funded videogame projects. I’m certainly tired of reporting on them. But what about crowd-funded videogame clothing?

Gametee, not unlike Fangamer and the Penny Arcade Store, produces video game merchandise and apparel. So far, their line includes T-shirts, mugs, and prints from Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy VIII, Minecraft, Halo, Dishonored, Pokémon, and the Elder Scrolls series.

Why do they need crowd funding? Basically to fuel production of their line—some of which is pretty neat, I’ll admit (though I’m concerned about legal issues, especially with Halo-related merch, since Bungie pushes their own line pretty hard through their own store).

There are fifteen pledge options, ranging from a “warm thank you for supporting Gametee” to exclusive T-shirts—up to eight if you want to throw down about £200.

Here’s their Kickstarter video mission statement:

Crowd Fund Some Videogame Crew Necks

By | 02/17/2013 09:42 AM PT

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Perhaps you’re tired of reading about crowd-funded videogame projects. I’m certainly tired of reporting on them. But what about crowd-funded videogame clothing?

Gametee, not unlike Fangamer and the Penny Arcade Store, produces video game merchandise and apparel. So far, their line includes T-shirts, mugs, and prints from Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy VIII, Minecraft, Halo, Dishonored, Pokémon, and the Elder Scrolls series.

Why do they need crowd funding? Basically to fuel production of their line—some of which is pretty neat, I’ll admit (though I’m concerned about legal issues, especially with Halo-related merch, since Bungie pushes their own line pretty hard through their own store).

There are fifteen pledge options, ranging from a “warm thank you for supporting Gametee” to exclusive T-shirts—up to eight if you want to throw down about £200.

Here’s their Kickstarter video mission statement:

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