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Posted on Friday, March 18 @ 15:52:25 Eastern by Blake_Morse


I realize it's been a few weeks since you've seen everyone's favorite regular GR feature (It IS your favorite, right?) and I'm afraid it's all my fault. I've been off gallivanting around. Living the fancy lifestyle of a gamer journalist. Actually, I've just been working my rotund derriere off trying to bring you guys awesome interviews from GDC and PAX East 2011. So my apologies for the haiku hiatus.

But now Haiku Fridays are back and they're badder than ever (in the good kind of way). This week I've got five key for the new Halo: Reach Defiant Map Pack that are going to go the five best wordsmiths out there. All you have to do to win is leave a haiku in the comments section below before next Friday and come back next week to see if you've won in the next installment.

This weeks Iron Haiku Ingredient is... Peaches!


And the winner of the Beyond Good and Evil key is De-Ting. I will PM you with your prize good sir.


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