On September 1 Team Brocket will embark upon a 96-hour quest in which they will endeavor to play as many of the major Zelda titles as possible non-stop. From The Legend of Zelda to Twilight Princess they’ll also include handheld titles and even a 3-heart challenge of Majora’s Mask. They’re doing this all in order to support the psychiatric pediatric unit of the Kelowna General Hospital. Similar to the charity Child’s Play, the team are aiming to raise funds in order to provide gaming equipment for patients. The marathon will be streamed live for you to watch, and you’ll also have a chance to chat with the other people who are watching. In addition, if you donate not only will you be supporting a good cause but you’ll also go in the running for prizes.

To watch the marathon live or for more information, head over to the Team Brocket for KGH page, and you can donate via the Kelowna General Hospital Foundation.

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  • Always good to know Zelda is being used for a beneficial cause. 😀

  • KingDodongo1

    Zelda fans rule so much

  • rulerofyourface

    I'm trying to come up with a song of healing joke, but I just can't think of one. sigh

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  • mcdude910

    *Sigh* Gaming equipment for patients? Really, guys? I know that's cool and all, but you don't think there's anything else the hospital could possibly need more money for?

  • The Iron Giant

    Zelda is going to cure cancer someday. But for now, while Link protects Hyrule, he is also looking out for real people in need.

  • A_LINK_IN_TIME

    It's always good to support a helping cause.

  • Air Man

    Good luck with Zelda II.

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