GamesAid bundles SEGA Superstars Tennis for charity

GamesAid is a UK games industry charity for chiildren and young people. To raise some money, they have decided to sell a ‘triple pack’ of 3 Playstation 3 titles. The pack comes out June 25th for the price of £29.99, all profits going to the charity.

“Not only does this triple pack raise money for our charities, it also raises awareness of GamesAid at consumer level. We now look forward to retail getting behind it and giving it the push it deserves.” – Andy Payne, Chairman of GamesAid

The pack comes with Tomb Raider: Underworld, SEGA Superstars Tennis (woot) and FUEL (boo!). Each title was donated by the publishers. What a nice thing to do, right?

[Source: AttackoftheFanboy]


2 responses to “GamesAid bundles SEGA Superstars Tennis for charity

  1. Sega Uranus says:

    I never saw such a strange assortment of games in my life. It is cool that they all donated for that though, hope it does well!

  2. Gagaman says:

    This reminds me of those big charity bundles of Amiga games they did back in the day. They never quite made sense either.

    Was Fuel not that good then? The demo seemed alright though I guess I could see how it'd get boring after a few hours..

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