Win a copy of Alien Isolation! (And more!)

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It’s October and we’re celebrating the scare! Last week, we looked at the Alien franchise and what made it so very scary. Geoff has been playing Alien Isolation and his review is forthcoming. But why wait for his thoughts – enter to win a copy of the game (and some other goodies) and see for yourself!

In honour of getting so scared it hurts, the terrifying people of Ster-Kinekor have kindly offered to give one of our readers the following prize:

  • Copy of Alien Isolation (on platform of the winner’s choice)
  • 8 gig memory stick
  • Robot key ring
  • T-shirt
  • A random scary Blu Ray movie

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Want to enter to win this terrifying prize? It’s far too easy. Simply head on over to our entry page over here and fill in the relevant fields. Sorry aliens, entries only open to residents of South Africa – we can’t ship to space stations or countries without postal strikes.

Are you ready to get scared? I think my scariest moments of the Alien franchise are when you know the alien is nearby, but somehow all the characters insist on stripping down to their underwear and getting wet or vulnerable. There I am, screaming at the screen. Yes, I know they can’t hear me, but c’mon – what are they doing? What are you favorite scenes from Alien? Will you be seeking to recreate the horror by playing the game, or are you far too afraid of getting killed by that Xenomorph?

Enter our competition now – entries close tomorrow at noon and the winner will be announced in the horror feature article in the afternoon Next week. Fear Fest is here!

Last Updated: October 9, 2014

Zoe Hawkins

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