Win an Xbox 360 and ‘Halo 4’ by Making a Newscast From the Future
Are you excited for Halo 4 and the grand return of Master Chief to the Xbox? We’re giving away a copy of the game and a brand new Xbox 360 to celebrate.
How do you snag this sweet prize? In honor of this space-age epic story, we’re asking you to create a newscast from the future. We want to see a crazy, creative video of what you think news from the future will look like. Will we finally have flying cars? Will Earth be enslaved to a race of crab people? It’s up to you.
The only stipulation is your video, which can be any length, must contain these five words in its dialog:
The number 343 — as in 343 Industries, makers of Halo 4
Warthog — either the vehicle or animal
Videos must be submitted by Nov. 16 at 12 noon ET. Please post them to YouTube and then post those links in the comments below. You can also enter by tweeting your video link to the @MashableHQ account with the hashtag #HaloGiveaway.
The winner will receive a special edition Halo Xbox 360 with a 320GB hard drive, a Halo Xbox 360 controller, a limited edition copy of Halo 4, and a box containing Doritos and Mountain Dew packaging signed by the game’s creators at 343 Industries.
The prizes for this Mashable contest are being provided by Doritos and Mountain Dew as part of the Halo 4 Double XP promotion. Starting now, players can open an account at the Doritos website, where they’ll be able to unlock future XP matches from codes on Mountain Dew and Doritos packages that can be redeemed to amplify the multi-player experience, accelerate Halo 4 specializations, and reveal new gear and weapons. In addition to being able to customize armor permutations, players will be able to preselect their arsenal before entering the gaming landscape and customize their armor.
For full contest rules, see this post. This contest is only open to U.S. residents.
We created our own futuristic newscast above to get your creative juices flowing. Check it out, and get shooting.
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