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*CLOSED* Competition: Win Chaos Gateway! (X360)

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Jonathan Lester
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*CLOSED* Competition: Win Chaos Gateway! (X360)

Chaos Gateway came a close second in our latest Xbox Live Indie Game of the Week roundup. It's an interactive graphic novel that features eyepopping HD artwork and an engrossing storyline that frequently borders on the downright disturbing. Slowly unlocking the mysteries behind a catastrophic event that the two protagonists are desperately fleeing from is a tense and exciting experience, and some thoughtfully-implemented minigames actually enhance the more breathless moments of the narrative. As mentioned in the review, a selection of unlockable achievement-esque challenges provide some impressive value and incentive to keep delving into the plot.

Mike Josephs, the artist and developer behind Chaos Gateway, was kind enough to lay on a couple of promotional codes so that two lucky readers can experience this impressive Indie title free of charge.

*CLOSED* Competition: Win Chaos Gateway! (X360)

To win, simply drop us a line in the comments below and tell us why you deserve a code! The two winners will be chosen at my discretion or randomly if it's too close to call... and any evidence that you've played the demo or taken an interest will stand you in good stead.

This Competition is now CLOSED. Congratulations to ShatteredFoX and Lee!

In the meantime, why not download the demo and start to unravel the mysteries of the Chaos Gateway? Best of luck!

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ShatteredFoX  Nov. 1, 2010 at 19:59

Always been a big fan of visual novels and in fact partake in one such forum in which Mike released news about the game. My Visual Novel fanatic and my horror fanatic screamed in happiness and the demo just made me more excited. Winning the code would be just awesome.

A1CBrandon4489  Nov. 1, 2010 at 20:26

I deserve to win because I think it's fantastic to have a extraordinary thing to have people read more. I mean with all the distractions to come out when was the last time someone read? I know I have been lacking lately. This would be a perfect way to read an interesting story with great presentation. Oh. And I love Michael's shirt in the game. I think I need to get one. Anyways Thanks for the competition. @wiiMiinow

simone lee  Nov. 1, 2010 at 23:04

I WOULD LOVE TO WIN THIS FOR MY SON RYAN ITS HIS BIRTHDAY ON THE 5 DECEMBER AND HE SO DESERVES TO HAVE THIS FANTASTIC PRIZE HES A GOOD LAD HE PLAYS HIS SAXAPHONE EVERY DAY STRAIGHT AFTER SCHOOL THE MAN WHO TEACHES HIM IS NOT VERY WELL BUT HES REALLY PLEASED TO KNOW THAT RYANS TRYING HIS HARDEST TO DO GOOD SO PLEASE ENTER ME FOR THIS ONE MY LAD RYAN DESRVES TO HAVE SOMETHINK NICE THANK YOU FOR THIS CHANCE TO BE IN YOUR COMPERTITION FINGERS CROSSED

Late  Nov. 2, 2010 at 01:16

I'm sat here in my deer-stalker looking a right plonker because I have no mystery to solve. Only you can rectify that.




Or I could just take it off, now I think about it.

Yeah, I'll just do that, actually. It makes my ears too warm anyway.

Dave B  Nov. 2, 2010 at 07:33

I would love this because I am poor and cannot afford to buy my own games. also it would keep me sane because it means i have something to play while the mrs watches those pesky soaps.

donttouchthehair  Nov. 2, 2010 at 10:55

I would like a code because I want to play the game!

Jordan  Nov. 2, 2010 at 22:29

Quite honestly, I probably don't deserve to win. Though the game sounds like it's got a great idea going and, honestly, indie games are amazing. Look at some of them (i.e. World of Goo) and you'll find some pretty amazing stuff. Either way.... Great job dev team. Good luck.

Andrew  Nov. 3, 2010 at 16:46

I'd like to play the game, at the very least to find out why the people in the two screenshots are in what looks like a hospital ward. I doubt that mask is to protect the guy from disease, and the woman doesn't look like she works there either.

Lee  Nov. 4, 2010 at 03:59

I simply cannot wait until Microsoft get around to giving me my 800 points.

Seriously though, I tried the demo of this game and I really want the full thing. I LOVE the art style and the story seems pretty mysterious and more than a little messed up, so it's right up my street. I'm out of points and broke though.

Paul C  Nov. 5, 2010 at 01:27

Tried the demo, at first the art was a bit of a turn off, after a little bit though I began to really like them. Similar case as with Higurashi. This game really has me interested, and I would really love to be able to experience the first english visual novel for Xbox in its entiretly. Hopefully this is a start of a trend. We need more of these!

John  Nov. 5, 2010 at 12:56

Because I will play it, And I will enjoy it.

Jonathan Lester  Nov. 8, 2010 at 15:31

Chaos Gateway Competition Now Closed. Thanks for taking part!

Congratulations to ShatteredFoX and Lee!

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