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Update: The Terraria contest is closed. Hope you enjoy the game!
Original Story: Re-Logic and 505 Games' Terraria is all about exploring the title's massive world and crafting items, and now you can unearth and win your own copy of the game.
To celebrate today's release of Terraria: Collector's Edition for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation Network, we've got a handful of codes for the game to give away as well as one copy of the Collector's Edition.
For a shot at a code or The Collector's Edition, type some of your thoughts about the game in the comments section and we'll pick out the winners.
The Collector's Edition includes:
For more on the game and its exploration, crafting, boss battles, and more check out Ben's review and take a look at the trailer below.
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fun until you get to hard mode. Sucks when that happens.
These types of games are awesome. The fact that they hand the control to the player almost entirely amazes me. I don't own Terraria, but it has been on my Steam wishlist for over a year. Hopefully I will be able to pour hours in to it soon.
I fell in love with Terraria on XBLA, and now that I've got a PS3 and Vita, I'm hoping that they'll go the cross-buy route so I can get two copies for the price of one with my inevitable purchase. I ended up preferring Terraria over Minecraft, surprisingly.
I see my brother play it all the time. It looks like a lot of fun but I'm a broke college kid. Think of it like donating to charity :P
I played a bunch on the PC. And would love to try it out on the Xbox with all the new content they added. Pick me! Pick Me!
I really am intrigued by this game, having an extremely crappy computer I'm not able to run any kind of games, always wanted to play it, spent time and time again playing the demo on ps3.
I love how exploration plays as crucial a role in this game as crafting does. The boss battles are as absurd (wall of flesh?) as they are an excuse to grind for better materials, and that isn't a bad thing. All in all, I'd love to play through the console experience of this game, as I hear the controls translate well from the PC version while retaining that same sense of wonder moving to the different biomes of the world. Having unicorns doesn't hurt, either.
Never played this game and I have always wanted too.
I like it quite a bit. It gives an open, ambient feeling to the player. It's one of those games where I don't quite know what I'm doing, but I love it anyhow.
I first bought the game about two years ago on steam for $10 and I loved the heck out of it and would play it all the time with friends at school. When it came to XBL I immediately picked it up along with two of my other friends and we've been having a blast with it ever sense, but sadly I can't convince one of my friends that the game is worth the $15, and he's still not budging, so hopefully he'll see this article and finally decide to get the game,or even try winning one of these! :)
I love Terraria, have played hours upon hours of the PC version and have been meaning to pick up a copy on PSN so I could play with my best friend. One more thing; screw wraiths.
Terraria is like being inside one's own mind. You try to make the world as you see fit but then errant thoughts occasionally try to eat you like zombies or something. Or. Something. Please and Thank You GI. For 360 Por Favor!
This game has a unique vibe to it, the art style of minecraft yet the exploration of Dig dug. Looks like something amazing to play
It looks fun but I haven't played it so I can't make any statements regarding quality but I know many people that play this game an absurd amount.
Great game. Have 15 hours on the Steam version and I can't stop playing with friends.
I have no knowledge of this game but I like new things!