Gamers get tons of swag, and we post just about all of it here on Kotaku. But there's one thing we've never shown off.

USB Drives!!! I hardly want them, but with more and more laptops leaving out the DVD drive and FTP sites not able to handle a sudden deluge of downloads, USB drives are becoming the go to gadget for handing off game assets. And what game developer or publisher could resist fancying up their drive with some logos?


Check it out!

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Brink's credit card USB drive.

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Two USB drives from Disney Interactive Studios.

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Tecmo

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EA

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The USB drive stuffed into a wooden box used to store multiple Rick Rolls. Wait, does that mean EA pirated a song?

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Ultimate Band

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EA

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Firemint's diminutive Flight Control pin and USB drive.

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Xbox 360

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EA

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Namco's USB Drive includes this fun little keychain.

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EA, now toughed up for safe use during team sports.

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Game Cabinets.

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Tetris 25th Anniversary

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Hmmm, what could N7 mean?

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Bionic Command's nifty USB credit card...

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complete with warnings.

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Nintendo's USB drive is really just a card reader that came with an asset-stuffed memory card in it.

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The mysterious sounds of ARG.

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Left 4 Dead 2

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Breach

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Awwww, Critter Crunch

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Jumpgate dog tag flashdrive.