Yeah, I was bored tonight and just wanted to do something to possibly get more fans interested in the contest that I'm putting together for the Japanese release of Drag-on Dragoon 3, otherwise known as Drakengard 3.
Here are some examples of the EyeFlower that I have in mind, demonstrated by the wonderful Drakengard development team and others!! <3
Here's a sample of the Tweet you can post, too!
Zero's Eye Flower from around the World! Drakengard 3 Dec.19! #DOD3 #Drakengard #DOD3EyeFlower drakengard-3.com
** How to Enter **
Be creative and post your Zeroesque EyeFlower to earn the most points for the give away!*
Other ways to enter include retweeting about this contest on Twitter, liking this Facebook page, and following the Western Drakengard Twitter Account!
Let's get everybody pumped for the release and win awesome DOD3 prizes in the process!
* Your photo may be a creative rendition of Zero's iconic EyeFlower. This photo may be of yourself--in other words, a self-portrait. For those who are a little camera shy, why not try a super closeup? There are many creative things you can try! Finally, please include your COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE in the photo to share your International love of Drakengard!!
If you have any questions at any time, please feel free to get in contact with me on Facebook, Twitter, or through this Web site. I have contact information all over the place, so you shouldn't have any problem with that. If a problem should arise and you cannot reach me, please try to leave a reply to this post and I will get back with you as soon as I can!
Book of the Past:
I originally got into gaming when my brother broke his collarbone from a stupid skateboarding stunt my father allowed him to do ("Hey, son, won't it be cool if you hold onto the back of my car as I drive around town!?"). As a get well soon gift, my parents bought him a NES, from which his gaming days began. Me, I just enjoyed watching him play, mostly RPGs until I tried them myself eventually. My first game was Dragon Quest and I remember quitting shortly after the first dragon killed me. lol
Since then, though, I have enjoyed games for multiple reasons, mostly because I love stories and characters...and games are the perfect way for me to experience the hard work and strife that the characters have to go through. It's fun and I feel like I can play a part in their story. It's a much better story than mine.
My favorite RPGs of the past are (in no certain order):
Shadow Hearts 1 & 2