Wednesday, 8 December 2010

Shadow Complex giveaway!

To celebrate the release of Chair Entertainment's hotly anticipated Infinity Blade, Subspace Reviews will be giving away their amazing XBLA sidescroller, Shadow Complex.

To enter, comment below with your favourite sidescroller of all time and your Twitter name or email address.


Contest will end on 11th December, 23:00 GMT.

24 comments:

  1. It has to be the X-Men Arcade game. I LOVE that it's coming to both XBLA AND PSN! I haven't played that game since 6th grade when we went to Florham Park Rink for the "big" end year trip, but they had the 6-man cabinet there! I think you know what I did for 2 hours.

    Twitter @Darklurkr23
    Darklurkr23@hotmail.com

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  2. My favorite side scroller of all time is Mega Man X closely followed Castlevania SoTN and Rondo of Blood. Thanks for the giveaway and keep up the great work ={]

    @Neo_Metatron

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  3. Favourite sidescroller of all time has got to be the original Super Mario Bros. It's retro perfection. As the proud owner of a working NES I enjoy playing it the way it was meant to be played on the original controller, but I also recently bought Super Mario All-Stars Wii which has a remade version of it on, which is also great.

    Twitter: @Enzo3000

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  4. Dungeons And Dragons - Shadow Over Mystara. Why the hell isn't it on XBLA yet? :(

    @totoguy

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  5. X-Men Arcade

    Twitter: @hemang27shah

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  6. My favourite side scroller is Mega Man Zero series.

    Twitter: @Gxgear
    email: gxgear@hotmail.com

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  7. I'll pick Limbo. I'm @alee67 on Twitter.

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  8. The Rolling Thunder arcade. Not really sure why, just very fond of it.

    Twitter: @eugaet_aux
    RT'd here: http://twitter.com/eugaet_aux/statuses/12603980836245504

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  9. Mario.... nuff said?

    @agentcoop007

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  10. Favorite side-scroller would have to be the Sega Genesis version of Rocket Knight Adventures. It was classic for it's time, and even got a remake YEARS down the road. And it was a great remake, too.

    Twitter: @Kusanagi2k5 (+1 RT!)

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  12. Metal Slug, I die a ton when playing it but still love it!

    email: hma42@sfu.ca
    Twitter: @hma42

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  14. Prinny, the hilarious Disgaea humor was kept intact and the platforming is punishing like it should be.

    lindawng666@gmail.com
    @lindamomma

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  15. Castlevania would be my pick, just awesome replay value because the first game was SO hard!

    @BealziBAbe

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  16. The one, the only, original Duke Nukem. All those wasted childhood yours that I could've spend socializing with other kids I stayd inside and was the palest dude after summer in school.

    It was totally worth it!

    Twitter @Lakupetteri

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  17. Has to be Super Mario Bros - I spent so much time as a kid playing that game when I got a NES.

    @nemilho

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  18. metal slug closely followed by donkey kong country

    twitter: @dwb6

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  19. I think I might go with Super Metroid since we're talking Metroidvanias here.

    RT'd @skrammas

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  20. Super Mario Bros. 3

    This game held such significance for me because I was around that age when video games started becoming more fun and competitive.

    @veridisquo1

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  21. Little Samson for the NES. If you don't know about this game you're missing 8/1000 of your life.
    @vdh360

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  22. Mine would have to be Rygar...I think it's a pretty underrated game I never really here anyone talk about it really but man,did I love that game and I still remember the song like I was playing it yesterday :)..

    @Hestar69

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