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HARBURG, GERMANY - JUNE 08: Blood donations are seen at the blood donation service Hamburg on June 8, 2011 in Harburg, Germany. Hospitals and the Red Cross in northern Germany have appealed to the public for blood donations as a result of the current outbreak of enterohemorrhagic E. coli, also known as the EHEC bacteria. With at least 2,200 people afflicted by the infection, and approximately 500 suffering from the HUS complication from EHEC that attacks the kidneys, hospitals have seen an explosive growth in their need for donated blood plasma. The EHEC outbreak has thus far killed at least 22 people in Europe's deadliest recorded outbreak of E. coli. (Photo by Joern Pollex/Getty Images)

With the ever growing list of people in need of blood, Bandai Namco and The American Red Cross is working together to save lives. Oh, and if saving a life isn’t enough for you, during the Code Vein Blood Bank, you can save some money, because Bandai Namco is giving donors a free copy of Code Vein in return. Donors are pre-registered to attend the blood drive on Friday, September 27 during Twitchcon in San Diego.

As of right now, the pre-registration seems to be over for this blood drive and walk-ins are unclear, but saving a life is worth more than a video game. If you would like to find a blood drive near you, or you’d like to donate to the cause with your time or money, head on over to www.RedCross.org.