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Name a unit in Command & Conquer 4

Oct 03 // Matthew Razak

You've always wanted to go down in videogame history, but you've got no game design skills, you're not good enough at games to be a professional gamer and blogging on the weekends at Destructoid is already a filled position. It's a common problem, but one that can be solved thanks to Command & Conquer 4 and its "Name That Unit" contest in which anyone can name a unit and have the chance of having that name be selected and used in the actual game.

The unit is the one pictured above and at the moment it's called "The Forgotten Gorilla," but it won't stay that way for long. Anyone who thinks they can come up with a creative, original and relevant name for the robotic beast can submit their idea at the contest page and cross their fingers. The devs are going to choose the top ten, and then from that pick a winner. All of the top ten will receive early entry into the C&C4 beta, but only the grand prize winner will have his made up name emblazoned into gaming history. 

I'll give you a free one: Ttam Kazar Unit. Trust me, it works.


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