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Master Chief hasn’t changed much in the decade we’ve known him. His resolution has gotten a little higher and his textures have gotten a little more detailed, but he basically looks and acts the same now as he did back in 2001.
Halo Legends changes all that. Through seven animated short films, made by five different Japanese studios, you’ll see Master Chief and experience the Halo universe in completely new, original ways. Like this!
But first, you’ll need to get your hands on the DVD… which is where we can help. We’re giving away 10 free copies of the two-disc Special Edition Halo Legends DVD, available in stores on February 16th. We’re also giving away 10 free copies of the Halo Legends soundtrack, available February 9th.
Want one? Want them both?
Follow the anime directors’ example… Imagine Master Chief in a totally
un-Master Chief style, setting or situation. Where would you least expect to see him, and what's he least likely to be doing there? Perhaps he’s living in a trailer park. Maybe he’s starring in a Martin Scorsese film. Could he be working as a GamesRadar editor, typing the very words that you’re reading right now? The possibilities are endless.
Put your idea in image form – fan art, Photoshop, whatever – and email it to us at email@example.com. Or post it in our contest forum thread.
If you surprise / amuse / shock / amaze us the most, the Halo Legends DVD and soundtrack will be yours!
Jan 29, 2010
Contest runs from 1/29/10 to 2/12/10. Ten winners will be selected, each of whom will receive both the Halo Legends Two-Disc Special Edition and the Halo Legends Original Soundtrack. Combined estimated value is $35. Legally, you must be over the age of 17 to enter, unless you ask a parent to enter for you. Must be a North American resident.
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