Dokuro Game Giveaway!

We're having a contest to give away Dokuro for the PlayStation Vita! Enter in our art contest or our capture contest for a chance to win!

Attention PS Vita owners, we're giving away 4 copies of Dokuro for the PlayStation Vita, not only is this an amazing little puzzle plat former but the copies are signed by the procurers! There are two ways to enter, our Dokuro Doddle Hustle or the Dokuro Caption Contest.

Dokuro Doodle Contest

One of the whimsical characteristics to Dokuro is its charming chalk board art style. Participants will inspire themselves with GameSpot screen shots and images to create a Dokuro Doodle.

You can capture any element of the game in your drawing so long as there is a clear correlation between your art and the game. The traditional art medium to the game is very chalk like, but for this contest we will be accepting all styles.

The Rules:
You must be a GameSpot Registrant
Deadline to submit your entry for this contest is January 11th at 10:00am PST
Send your entry to contests@gamespot.com making sure to include your mailing address and your GameSpot Username

Prizing:
One (1) winner will be selected for the Dokuro Doodle contest and will receive a copy of Dokuro for the PS Vita. Judging for the entries will take place on Friday January 11th and a winner will be selected by GameSpot Staff members.

Dokuro Caption Contest

The story of Dokuro is a charming and simple one, our heroic skeletal friend may not get the love he clearly deserves, but that will not stop him from trying to save his Princess. To enter in the Dokuro Caption contest simply fill in the following caption and email it to contests@gamespot.com:


"Sticks and stone will break my bones, but __________________."

Want an example? Here's a freebie! (But you can't use it as an entry):
"Sticks and stones my break my bones but I will always love you."

The Rules:
You must be a GameSpot Registrant
Deadline to submit your entry for this contest is January 11th at 10:00am PST
Email your entry to contests@gamespot.com with the subject "Dokuro Caption Contest" making sure to include your mailing address and your GameSpot Username

Prizing:
Three (3) winners will be selected for the Dokuro Caption Contest, each of the three (3) winners will receive 1 copy of Dokuro for the PS Vita. Winners will be determined based on a raffle of all the entrants for the Dokuro Caption Contest on Friday, January 11th.

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15 comments
dark_being
dark_being

@Legolas_Katarn These are the games I know will come out on 2013. There are a lot more that are merely rumored to be released this year, but don't have a solid release date yet.

Watch Dogs, XCOM, Outlast...

Stevo_the_gamer
Stevo_the_gamer moderator

If @LegendofNerd enters this, I will have no chance. :P

along_perak
along_perak

hye guys i need some help, can you help me

g1rldraco7
g1rldraco7

Okay I sent in my entry for the Dokura Caption Contest :)

THE_DRUGGIE
THE_DRUGGIE

I drawed a smiley guy with my keyboard:

 

:>

 

Copy please

kitty
kitty moderator

wow, this ends on my birthday. would be awesome if I won copy. :P 

Granpire
Granpire

Whoa. I just looked up the definition of the word "procurers". Yuck. I'm not sure that this is the correct usage...

Gxgear
Gxgear

Just so people know, the digital version will not work for non-NA accounts.

Ovirew
Ovirew

...And that's how I learned that this game isn't digital download only.

TaleraRis
TaleraRis

Nice, got my entry in! I love fairy tales and this game looks so charming!

JogsterXL
JogsterXL

I may have to enter this later. Is it okay to participate in both the Doodle and Caption contest, or only one?

gaffyh
gaffyh

US only i presume?

Magichoodie
Magichoodie

How many times are you allowed to enter the caption contest? Oce, I imagine.

Willy105
Willy105

@Stevo_the_gamer Yeah, @LegendofNerd always obliterates us. It's always a race for second place if he's here. 

robotopbuddy
robotopbuddy moderator

@RealKilla_789 Seems it's (your one, anyway: me, 2ndWonder and fend_oblivion still have them) disappeared :o I guess it's not just the forum versions of the tags that wander away now and then lol

Granpire
Granpire

 @Gxgear Just so you know, this contest isn't for digital downloads.You'd have known that if you'd read the text.

fend_oblivion
fend_oblivion

 @DeviIHuman Gxgear said,"Didn't think they'd go that far out of the way to ship hard copies overseas for a community contest."

 

I was merely confirming that GameSpot does indeed ship hard copies of games and I used Darkness 2 as proof.

 

Nothing funny here.

DeviIHuman
DeviIHuman

 @fend_oblivion  @Gxgear  What are you talking about??? They said they having to have game giveaway of Dokuro then you receive Darkness 2 .. hahaha you got me, I really laugh a lot

fend_oblivion
fend_oblivion

 @Gxgear  They do. I won a Limited Edition copy of the Darkness 2 for a caption contest in GameSpot Asia. 

The packing was excellent and done with a lot of care.

Gxgear
Gxgear

 @Granpire I've had digital prizes mailed out to me, it's not unheard of. Some companies require a mailing address for confirmation/legal reason, and if my assumption on the digital copies was correct, requesting an address actually make sense (NA residents). I actually read it over several times in an attempt to confirm what of the prize will be, but other than "signed" (which I missed), you can't really tell for sure. Didn't think they'd go that far out of the way to ship hard copies overseas for a community contest.

Granpire
Granpire

 @Gxgear Codes wouldn't be mailed out. That's absurd, and a waste of money.

 

OK, I was a little harsh. But if there's one thing I can't stand, it's when people don't take the time to properly read the article they're commenting on.

Gxgear
Gxgear

 @Granpirecodes could be mailed out as well depending on how they operate, but I didn't catch the signed part. But sure, condemn me for skimming.

Granpire
Granpire

 @Gxgear For one, there's the fact that the submission instructions call for a mailing address.

 

Then, there's the first paragraph, which mentions, "...the copies are signed by the procurers!"