I wouldn’t call Riveting Reviews of Randomness a huge success, but it’s definitely been fun, and the handful of reviews we’ve received have been pretty good. Well written. With pictures, just like I asked. We’ve got a week’s worth of articles thanks to you lot! It has been a pleasant change, playing games that we’ve been meaning to try for ages and perhaps clearing off our backlog. I still have a ton of unplayed games, but Dino D-Day was a pleasant change of pace and aabicus now feels far less guilty about not playing Lakeview Cabin Collection.
Enough talking, you want to know who won. Well, patience, my young padawans, I’m about to tell you.
In third place, we have SilverWolf with his review of Secrets of Raetikon!
In second place, we have A Dapper Apple with his review of Fractured Space!
And in first place, we have *insert drum roll here* Stache, with his amusing review of Overlord!
To claim your prizes, message me on Steam and I’ll open up my Brotherly Goody Bag of Game codes for you to choose from. Stache has won three games, Dapper Apple has won two games and SilverWolf has won one game. You all have also won an article or video of your choice made by either aabicus or myself.
As for the rest of you, better luck next time, but thank you for trying. You just didn’t quite hit the mark. Still very good though. All reviews written for the contest will be published over the next week or so, so thank you for giving aaby and I a small break.
Unfortunately, there’s also some bad news to be had. There were very, very few entries to the contest, even though I gave everyone a month to enter and advertised in multiple locations. So we’re going to put contests on hold for a while, until we can build up a bigger viewer base, both here and on the SPUF of Legend. If you want to see more contests, then let us know, but there seems to be little desire to write 500 words minimum to win prizes, no matter how good they are. No one seems to be interested in raffles either. That all being said, we do have some very cool prizes hiding in our stockpiles, including rare one-off prizes. So keep on checking back here, we might do more contests soon.
On a related note, it’s worth reminding you that we are always looking for more people to write articles, even if it’s just one-off rants. If you want a bigger project and are capable of writing a minimum of one article a week, then perhaps you could even get a column of your own. Remember, the Daily SPUF is for everyone, no matter your video game opinions!
Anyway, thank you everyone for entering, and happy reading!