[UPDATE] Giveaway: Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken

  • Posted October 12th, 2011 at 02:39 EDT by Adam Dolge

UPDATE: The competition is over and we have selected two winners. We will contact you via the email you used to register for PSU. Stay tuned for plenty more giveaways! The winners go to the following:

jamesobachand - "I'm going to go with Howard the Duck cause George Lucas rules!"

mikeghtmare - "I'll go with Putzki; on the trailer they show him on a poster and he seems pretty cool.
If you are talking real birds then I'll go with 'Eagle'; they look cool, plus they represent my soccer team =)

The game looks pretty good; it looks like old school games such as Robocop but with better graphics."

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE: We have another great competition for the loyal PSU community. This time, we have a pair of codes for the PlayStation Network-exclusive Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken. With a name so catchy, we just had to offer our visitors a chance to check out this zany title for themselves. Building on the browser-based game Rocketbirds: Revolution! comes this PSN-exclusive, featuring all new characters, missions, puzzles, exclusive music videos, retro cut scenes, and more.

The game takes place in Albatropolis, where the local population of birds is taken over by a totalitarian penguin regime. Hardboiled Chicken, the original Coq of War, must assassinate Putzki, the leader of the evil penguins.

 

The single-player campaign puts players in the feathers of Hardboiled Chicken and players must destroy enemies using a slew of weapons unlocked after each of the 15 chapters. You can also check out the co-op campaign where you’ll set off on a mission to save the general’s daughter.

The game is slated for release on Oct. 18, but we have two codes that will let you check out this game starting on Tuesday, Oct. 11. The codes are for North American PSN accounts.

To enter, leave us a comment below telling us your favorite bird and we’ll pick two winners on Tuesday, Oct. 11. Good luck!

 

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