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If you haven't already played Drinkbox Studios Metroid-like brawler Guacamelee then here is your chance to win a download code for the game.
Guacamelee does a brilliant job of blending the Metroid formula with traditional Mexican culture and folklore, but don't just take our word for it. Play the game for yourself. We're giving away codes for the game this weekend.
For your chance to win, simply leave a comment below telling us what your favorite aspect of Mexican culture is and why. The contest closes on Monday and we'll DM the lucky winners their codes. Good luck!
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Food... I mean it is great.
Guacamole and lucha libre, por supesto !
The wrestlers and their costumes.
The fact that they have an entire day celebrating death...its just such a insane holiday..and makes for some pretty amazing partys.
I think my favorite aspect of the culture would be the music.
Guacamelee's sound track is awesome *_*
And personally I love how much thought is given to family in the culture, Day of the dead is a great example, its a whole holiday meant to honor your ancestors ._.
Traditional Mexican music is pretty cool. As a bassist, I have respect for those guys who carry around the giant barrel-sized acoustic bass guitars, or guittarons Mexicanos, as they are referred to.
Their people, im salvadorian and i have a couple of mexican friends. They have a really great attitude and are really humble
I love the food=burritos mmmmmm
My favorite aspect of Mexican culture is the food and the parties they have are always wild.
I've always liked wearing hats, and I've always wanted a sombrero.
My favorite thing about the Mexican culture is the cool hats that can shade not only yourself but all of you friends and family that are around you, their amazingly astounding food that many Americans take for granted every day, their hard working habits that everyone can learn from, and most importantly their loyalty and respect for their family and life style. We could all learn from their culture to better our own.
My favorite part of Mexican culture is their overall sense of determination, their ability to smile despite having poorer than wanted living conditions.
I have visited northern Mexico with a large group of missionaries and I was so thrilled to see their overall upbeat attitude, even when they are faced with a harsh national tax system and poor utility upkeep in some areas.
I love the bright beautiful colors it their traditional clothing, great music, romantic language. tequila!