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Square Enix and Amazon host Ultimate Thief Mod contest

Feb 18 // Dale North
   @DaleNorth

Win a trip to E3 and a killer gaming rig

The prize for this Ultimate Thief Mod contest is so good that even my spoiled ass wants to enter!

Square Enix, Amazon, AMD and others have teamed up to bring you a contest that will celebrate the return of the Thief franchise. They want fans to submit entries in one of two categories; either a video of a mod they've created, or a pitch for a mod they would like to be made. 

Each category's winner will receive:

  • An all-expenses paid trip to E3 2014!
  • A high-end gaming rig from AMD, including the Radeon R9 290X
  • Steam coees for ALL Squar Enix games, and matching Prima Guides
  • A bundle of books on game development on Kindle
  • An Amazon Kindle DX to read them on

Even not winning is good; every entrant will receive a free digital version of Thief: Gold

While the barrier of entry is a bit higher for this contest, the prize is worth the work. I'd love to see one of Destructoid's own win this. If you do, dinner is on me at E3.

Check out Amazon's contest page for more details. The closing date for entries is April 14.

The tools for mod creation as well as relevant info can be found at TheDarkMod.com.

 


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