To celebrate the arrival of Chu Chu Rocket and Dreamcast-based online gaming, we're giving away a bunch of free crap! For free! But... there's a catch. You gotta earn it by doing your best rendition of that fantabulous song from the Chu Chu Rocket TV commercial.
Yes, I'm afraid you heard right. Blame BenT, he thought of it.
But I don't know the song!
Grab the MPEG at FilePlanet and prepare to be mesmerized! And to get your creative juices flowing, enjoy a spirited version by PlanetDreamcast's very own Fragmaster. Steel yourself, update your will, and then click here.
So I just record my own version and send it to you guys?
Yeah. Hook a mic up to your computer and go nuts. Use whatever you want, instruments, pots and pans, a telephone, baby seals, whatever. Please don't just make a remix of the original tune though, as any monkey with a small amount of skizzles can do that. Also, vocals and lyrics are a must, but background music/accompaniment is optional. Points will be awarded on humor value and creativity, and you get a jones-sized bonus if your creation is actually recognizable as the Chu Chu Rocket song.
If I win, what do I get?
Once you've created your masterpiece, zip up your .mp3 or .wav file and attach it to an email to [email protected], with the following information:
Oh, and finally, we'll accept only two entries per person, so please get it right the first time(s).
First Prize: A copy of Chu Chu Rocket, a Gamespy Swag Pack, a Can of Safeway Select Seafood Dinner Cat Food, and your very own Mouse Trap!
You forgot to tell me how long I have to do this!
Second Prize: A copy of Chu Chu Rocket and a non-working copy of TNN Motor Sports Hardcore Heat that's been autographed by the staff of PlanetDreamcast!
Third Prize: A copy of Chu Chu Rocket!
Calm down, Stevedore. The deadline for entries is Wednesday, March 15. That should give you enough time to lay down some phat beats and kick out the ultimate Chu Chu song extravaganza. Or the closest you can manage.
There aren't any yet! Get your entries in by March 15!
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