Home Contests Your Right to Fight: Win a HORI EX2 stick!

While the HORI EX2 Fighting Stick has never been known to be the most responsive arcade peripheral, its reputation often gets a boost when someone offers you that peripheral free.

As the proud owner of a shiny new Madcatz TE stick, I’ve retired my (gently used) HORI EX2 from the arena, and now it’s up for grabs! The HORI EX2 is in great condition and comes with the original box (as shown). So, what do you have to do if you want to win it?


“Your Right to Fight” Photo Contest

The rules are simple:

  • Send a photo to contact@toptiertactics.com showing why you deserve to win
  • Include your name (required) and a brief (<50 words) explanation of your photo/reason
  • Entries can be traditional, digitally designed, or modified, but must be under 5 MB
  • Limit one (1) entry per person
  • Entries must be received by Friday July 23, 2010

So, what the hell should the picture be? That’s up to you. Show me how crappy your current controller or gaming setup is. Design a political campaign poster explaining your stances on the issues. Send me a picture of your extremely hot cousin begging me to let you win. Or an image of you getting a permanent TopTierTactics.com tattoo. It’s your call; get creative.

Entries will be judged on need, creativity, content, and quality. The winning entrant will receive the HORI EX2 arcade stick for XBox 360, with the original box signed by yours truly* and will have his/her photo featured on the website. All shipping and handling costs will be covered by Top Tier Tactics. Runners-up prizes may be made available… if I feel like it.

So, what are you waiting for? Show me why you should have the right to fight!

*If you would prefer the box not be signed, too bad; it’s a free prize.  =P

6 replies to this post
  1. If I had a xbox360…. I would…. However PC gamming is far superior, look at steam and the sales and the best graphics and reliability and free dlc and i suck at xbox!

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