So, today I managed to come across the coolest thing: A spare copy of Shin Megami Tensei Nocturne. In its box, with a manual. The CD is in good condition, as is the rest of the package. I jumped on that so fast, as you'd imagine. So, why am I telling you all of this? Well, I'm telling you because I plan to give it away in a community contest, of course.
So, what are you gonna do for this contest? Well, it's quite simple, actually: Review a game. Almost any game will do, but do try to make it something different. Reading the 1,000th review of Skyrim is no fun. It can be a text or video review. Try to make it as entertaining as possible, but don't try to force it. Text reviews should be around 500-700 words long, at least. Video reviews should be at least 5 minutes long, if you go that route. The blog post, or video, should have the title "A piece of my mind" and then followed by the game you reviewed. Reposts are NOT accepted. The review must be made specifically for this contest. More specifics later, but this should be all you need to know to make a valid review for the contest. It's by no means super final or anything. If you have a better idea, tell me. You can do that instead of making a review if I think it's a good idea.
Some bare bone details of the contest:
1. Anyone can enter.
2. The deadline for the contest will likely be mid January, at the earliest. This is not the deadline for suggestions, but the deadline for actual entries.
3. Up to 2 entries per person.
4. Does not have to be posted on Dtoid. Can be on Youtube, Blogger, etc. Just PM me a link.
5. At least 5 entries must be submitted before the deadline, or the contest is over by default. Only one entry from each person is counted in this case. I want this to be fun, and to be a difficult decision. The rule can be modified or erased if you REALLY want it to be.
So, that's it for now. I'm looking forward to suggestions and, ultimately, entries.
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