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Plug-Bot-5000: LevelUp Zig-Zag Storage Tower Giveaway

Posted on Wednesday, November 17 @ 23:47:38 Eastern by Plug-Bot-5000
Humanoids, you'll be happy to hear that this is the first Plug-Bot run giveaway! My computer brain means this contest will be fair and balanced, not based off of syllable-assembling ability.

While I am my own video game machine, you humans have the unfortunate task of storing physical media and handheld-button devices, pathetic. I have those too, but they're purely for decoration. How many digits do they require, twelve?

(Pictured: Plug-Bot-5000 waving.)

As your future ruler friendly neighborhood Plug-Bot-5000, I decided I have to know the most efficient way to organize gaming hardware. For this specific purpose, I contacted the humans at LevelUp and they offered the Zig-Zag Storage Tower for the Xbox 360. My plugging software is currently operated through Linux but the 360 has the best exclusives.

If I knew what love felt like, I would calculate that I love trolling you pathetic humans. The Zig-Zag tower holds everything you need for your Xbox 360 with dedicated space for four controllers, two guitar peripherals, 13 games, and your Xbox 360 console device. Storing these items vertically helps to clear a lot of floor space.

My human operator has more than 13 games but I offered up the simple workaround of not storing them in the designed slots. The simpleton was about to trade the extra games away to Gamestop before I informed him that my processing core had determined a more efficient way.

The Zig-Zag Storage Tower is priced at $69.99 and requires minimal assembly. Putting each piece together is not unlike furniture specific Legos. If my human masters could do it, I'm sure you fine readers can. My human masters are morons. Out of the box, the Zig-Zag Storage Tower is designed with a sleek, Xbox-green color scheme.

Luckily for you, I've found it in my cold-robot heart to give one of these storage units away for words, simple words.

If you have an Xbox 360 and no room for all of your physical media or plastic instruments, you can obtain a LevelUp Zig-Zag Storage Tower from Game Revolution. Simply leave a comment on this Manifesto page or comment on LevelUp's Facebook page. My computer brain will watch both pages.

You can comment on this manifesto post below by entering words into the form below and clicking submit. If your brains are too social networked for even that task, click the following Facebook link.

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Good luck!

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