BUY THIS SHIRT, 4/18

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Designer: Steve Anderson

Metal Gear protagonists have an odd attraction for cardboard boxes. Solid Snake, Naked Snake, and Raiden have had extensive espionage training, yet their shared, beloved tactic is hiding under packages for outdated CRT televisions. This corrugated disguse has become a staple for the series (metal barrels were the logical next step) as well and these characters’ reliable partner. Turning Portal’s Companion Cube into a cardboard cloak for the Snakes and  Ninja to use just makes sense. I love the matching camouflage too.

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BUY THIS SHIRT, 4/9

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Designer: Matthew Parsons

I’m more prone to enjoying a fighting game if M. Bison is in the character select screen. What’s not to love? He’s got a beefier jaw than the Crimson Chin. His pupil-less eyes breed dread, as does his harrowingly deep voice. When he blankets himself in pink energy, launches himself like a human bullet and bellows, “Psycho Crusher!” what else is there to do but cower in fear? When you wear this shirt that depicts a Bisonified bison, you harness that fear.

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BUY THIS SHIRT, 4/1

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The only way I can make sense of this shirt is if I imagine this is a scene in a musical. Little Red Riding Peach is singing about a fuming fire flower as a sneaky Big Bad Raccoon Mario eavesdrops. Other than that, I got nothing. What’s your interpretation?

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BUY THIS SHIRT, 3/27

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Zebes is dank. Moss wiggles between your toes and organic ooze drips from jutting stalactites, all while foul creatures defend this planet they call home. This offends Ms. Samus since she used to call Zebes home too, until these grotesques infested it. That’s okay with me though, because Zebes is also a dank place to explore (dank as in cool, ya’hear?). If Samus gives it a thumbs up, it must be good! She’s particularly fond of the upbeat soundtrack.

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Starting a game of Pokémon is like going to an animal shelter. Before entering, you’ve decided that you’re going to get an orange kitty. It’s what you’ve always wanted. Once inside, surrounded by adorable animals that crave your affection, that initial desire wavers. “Well” you murmur as you rub the cutest two-year-old cat’s fluffy tummy, “maybe I can get two!” Pokémon refuses this change of mind. You select one and only one, and you’ll never get the other two.

Picking which “Poketryoshka” shirt to buy is a little easier. Since I already have a Charmander shirt, it’s a toss up between Squirtle and Bulbasaur. And if you can’t decide, don’t. Buy all three!

*Update: They added Squirtle! Yippee!

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BUY THIS SHIRT, 3/22

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If you want to be identified as a real gamer, this shirt is for you! It lets everyone know that you eschew flamethrowers for arrows; tanks for ponies; aliens for furry stone giants; messy gore for somber ethos; curb stomps for puzzles; and chaotic worlds for sprawling emptiness. Who needs that drivel when you’ve got Shadow of the Colossus?

Now if you excuse me, I’ve got me some Gears of War to play.

*Revs chainsaw*

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The world of Pokémon and Maurice Sendak’s Where the Wild Things Are are pretty similar. Although Ash lives in a land filled with creatures, whereas Max only imagines it, they both go through wondrous power fantasies as they garner the affection of mysterious monsters. Ash becomes the Pokémon Champion after defeating the Elite Four. Max intimidates the scary beasts into becoming their king. If Max’s imaginative romp was more like that of Ash’s, I doubt a warm supper would lure me out. It’s okay for people, not just pokémon, to eat Rare Candies, right?

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