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New Awesome NIS contest

Posted on Thursday, January 29 @ 19:48:12 Eastern by Chris_Hudak
Boy do we have a lot of cool swag from NIS to give away. You do not want to miss out on this one.

CALLING ALL NIS AMERICAN HEROES, DOOD!

To celebrate NIS America's bid to take over the world  (through karmic-reject prinnies and cosplay-minded perversions), we're announcing GR's 'Get Your Netherworld On' contest! 

All you have to do is send us an original, ACTUAL (digital) photo or video of yourself and/or your closest minions-- dressed, dolled-up or otherwise looking like your favorite resident(s) of The Netherworld, as presented in the Disgaea game-universe:  It's up to you - cranky prince Laharl, infernal honor-student Mao, demonic beauty-queen Etna (only if you can pull this off, please; we have to look at these things, like, with our own sensitive eyes)... or, of course, one of the bumbling front-line ranks of luckless prinnies.

(Reader note: If you don't have the slightest idea what the Metafalica we're talking about, there's nothing stopping you from doing some last-minute net surfing and wowing us—Google and Wikipedia are your friends.)

Oh, and don't forget to have a visible version of the GR logo or something that says "Game Revolution" in your hand, on your head, up your nose or on the wall behind you (real and un-Photoshopped; no sense in having the less-motivated out there pilfering the nearest cosplay website, dood).

We'll select an undisclosed number of the best entries to receive some the following fabulous prizes:

A nifty, innuendo-packed retail of copy of NIS America's new PS2 title, Ar tonelico II: Melody of Metafalica. 

One of these beautiful body-pillow/pillowcases, featuring the loligoth-able likeness of one of the Ar tonelico 2 babes.  They're full-sized, comfy and ready-to-perv...and whatever you do with it, we totally, totally don't want to know about it. 

A retail copy of Prinny: Can I Really Be the Hero?  It's the long-awaited, old-school, side-scrolling, stoopid-hard PSP action game starring the prinnies themselves (a thousand of them, no less—and dood, you're  going to need them.

One of these Netherlicious, stainless-steel Prinny water-bottles, to fill with all the Mountain Dew you'll need to make your way through the aforementioned game (or all the inebriants you'll need to recover from the experience, afterwards).

The sooner you enter, the sooner  you can win, so get your infernal butts in gear. Contest appropriately ends on Friday, February 13th. Seriously, we have like 30 items to give away, so almost any submission can win you something.

Entries can be sent to info@gamerevolution.com with the subject heading "NIS Contest" and/or posted to this thread.

EDIT: Contest is over in just a few hours. Check out the entries in the thread, and we have more via email. Don't worry, we'll post them all. Monday is a holiday, so winners will be announced Tuesday the 17th.
 
 


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