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Haiku Fridays: David Bowie 40,000: Space Cowboy

Posted on Friday, September 9 @ 17:58:28 Eastern by

Hoo boy. I've played the first chapter of Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine. I'm going to be rushing my way through to review, so I haven't been able to keep track of how many orks I've killed. Of course, I doubt I'd be able to count high enough in the end.

Maybe you'll have better luck when you play Space Marine on your PC after winning this weeks' Haiku Fridays contest. THQ sent along a PC copy for you readers and we're tossing it up to the word warriors out there.

All you have to do is write a haiku in the comments about PC gaming and the copy will be yours. We'll choose the best on Monday and let everyone know who the winner is. So what are you waiting for? A chaos space marine to knock on your door?
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