Nintendo of Europe competition: Pandora’s Tower and The Last Story
Today Nintendo of Europe have announced a competition where you can win a copy of Pandora’s Tower and The Last Story when it gets released. I think this is a pretty neat idea and opens up the possibilities you can do with the game (hidden things, tributes or just the wonderful wow moments).
The biggest RPG of the year has reached UK shores – and we’re asking you to help us spread the word by creating your very own Let’s Play video for the game!
If you’ve been enjoying Xenoblade Chronicles, send us a Let’s Play video in which you show exactly what it is about the game that others should see! Whether it’s a breathtakingly beautiful area or an awesomely epic side quest you completed – you play the game, you call the shots!
Need a bit of inspiration? Check out our own series of Let’s Play Xenoblade Chronicles videos on the game’s official YouTube Channel.
Be sure to upload your video before 18 October. Our resident game experts will then make a selection of 5 finalists, with an overall winner being voted for by fellow fans of Xenoblade Chronicles.
Glory is up for grabs, as the winning Let’s Play video will be featured on the Xenoblade Chronicles YouTube Channel.
On top of that, the winner will receive a voucher for both The Last Story and Pandora’s Tower, two other great games coming to Wii in 2012. The four runners-up will each receive a voucher for one of those two titles of their choice. These vouchers can be redeemed at Nintendo once the games are released in your country of residence, ensuring the winners will be among the first playing these titles in Europe!
- Whether you need 5 minutes or only 2 is entirely up to you. Just note that the length of your Let’s Play video can’t exceed 10 minutes and it should be in one of the following formats: .avi, .wmv, .mp4, .mov, .m2p, .mp2, .mpeg, or .flv. The maximum filesize is 2GB.
- The deadline for submitting your video is 18 October 2011.
This just goes to show that NOE is taking the game serious and it’s surely only a matter of time before NOA take note.