Casually Hardcore is known all around the world. Check out where we’ve been featured, appearances and our latest promos.

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Our first feature from the gaming press. Kotaku had a look at our Red Ring Of Death T-Shirt and loved it. Casually Hardcore had just launched and was already being picked up by sites like Kotaku.

Gamespot – Start Select
Gamespot, along with their podcast Gamespot UK and video cast Start Select featured Casually Hardcore. We offered a few of our shirts as contest prizes on the Gamespot UK podcast which were loved by all, and Guy Cocker even picked up one of our Street Fighter Inspired Hadouken Shirts for use on the Start Select Vidcast. More recently you can spot every presenter wearing shirts from Casually Hardcore over a number of episodes.

Destructoid were kind enough to review some of our shirts and tell us what they liked and wanted more of! Conrad is sporting our ‘I Hate Zombies’ Video Game T-Shirt in all its glory.

Kerrang Radio 105.2FM
After doing a contest with Kerrang Radios morning after team (Simon James and Hill, check them out on 105.2FM or online at they posed for some photos with some of our gaming gear and items from the other Carbon Clothing stores.

The geekbox check our some of our sweet Gaming shirts with Ryan grabbing our ‘I Hate Zombies Shirt’ and running off home with it before anyone else got a chance to steal it. We also recently sent them a custom Geekbox poster which you can see at the Comics Conspiracy store where the podcast is recorded.

Gamestyle interview us to find out more about our unique style of video game inspired shirts and clothing. See what they asked us and what we had to say.

Retro Gaming Roundup
Retro Gaming Roundup gave Casually Hardcore a quick mention on their mammoth (5 hour long monthly)