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Motorstorm Apocalypse Haiku Fridays

Posted on Friday, April 29 @ 15:34:47 Eastern by Blake_Morse
We all know that the PS3, PSN and all its users have been going through some tough times this past week. But no relationship is ever perfect. They all have their ups and downs. So I thought I'd do something to try and clear the air and help folks remember that there are still good times to be had with their electronic buddies from Sony. So in the spirit of brotherly love and tolerance I'm giving away a copy of Motorstorm: Apocalypse, a PS3 exclusive for this weeks Haiku Fridays!

All you have to do to win yourself a copy of the latest and greatest racing game is leave the perfect haiku in the comments section below sometime between now and the next Friday contest then check back with us in next weeks contest to see if a winner is you.

This weeks Iron Haiku Ingredient... The Apocalypse!

How would you survive it? Would you just travel around the world racing Motorstorm style or would you fight against all odds to save the planet? Perhaps you'd just hang around and play your awesome copy of Motorstorm: Apocalypse while society crumbled around you?


Last weeks winner of a copy Mortal Kombat for the 360 is Free-Speech! PM me your mailing address to get your prize.


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