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Haiku Fridays in Support of The People Speak Deluxe

Posted on Friday, February 28 @ 17:05:00 PST by

Next week, we're going to relaunch The People Speak. Our weekly report gathered the top five comments throughout GameRevolution, regardless of context or content, but that's changing. Next week, The People Speak will become The People Speak Deluxe, and it will feature comments on the gaming industry from every corner of GameRevolution.

We'll feature reactions from our followers on Twitter, our likers on Facebook, those diehard gamers in our forums, and, of course, the comments. We want you to share art, interesting news, opinions, and more with us. Every week, we'll post our favorites in The People Speak Deluxe!

To get this started, how about some friendly competition? We have a copy of Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare for Xbox One to give away and a Haiku contest seems like the best way to do it. Here are our rules:
  1. All you need to do is submit a Haiku to win. Haikus should be constructed in the 5-7-5 structure, meaning five syllables in the first line, seven syllables in the second line, and five syllables in the third line.
  2. Share that Haiku with GameRevolution! You can submit your haiku via the comments of this post, via Twitter, via the forums, or via Facebook.
  3. You can enter a total of FOUR times, once per each channel.
We'll showcase the best entries from all four revolutionary groups in next week's The People Speak Deluxe.


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