5 December 2013 - 9:51am | posted by | 3 comments

Game unveils Christmas Tinner for those who don’t want to stop playing for meal breaks

Game unveils Christmas Tinner for those who don’t want to stop playing for meal breaksGame unveils Christmas Tinner for those who don’t want to stop playing

With the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One both launched in the past few weeks, it’s expected that gamers have been spending their evenings and weekends honing their crafts, eager for presents of new games at Christmas.

And Game has come up with just the PR stunt for these fine people: Christmas dinner in a tin.

Not to be confused with a Christmas ‘sandwich’ or the 2010 Christmas dinner flavoured Pot Noodle, Game’s tinned dinner – or Christmas Tinner – contains layers of food to last through the day.

Beginning with a layer of scrambled egg and bacon, the tin then goes on to mince pies, turkey and potatoes, cranberry sauce and ends with Christmas pudding.

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5 Dec 2013 - 11:11
paula13705's picture

Sounds and looks revolting lol otherwise if people allow themselves to be that hooked they definitely need to get out more lol

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5 Dec 2013 - 11:50
emily76892's picture

When can I buy it?

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6 Dec 2013 - 11:21
nealmadlani

Dont have time to purchase any/accept delivery...please come round and feed it to me

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