Our custom-made Claptrap model is finished, and now's your chance to win him. Copies of the game are also available for runners up!
Earlier this month, we asked 3D print model artist Psychobob to create a bespoke Claptrap figurine. He's now finished, here in the office, and it's time to give him away! The model is intricately detailed, lights up via a USB cable, and he's a true one-off--only one of these has been made!
In the second episode of his video feature, Psychobob explains how he made the model itself and finished it off before bringing it in to hand over to us. Now it's time to give it away, so to be in with a chance, just answer this question:
What is Claptrap's official title as given in the game?
Simply email the answer to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and address. We also have five copies of the game to give away on Xbox 360 as runners up prizes! Apologies in advance, you must have a UK address to enter this competition. The competition closes at 6pm on Wednesday 3 October.
And finally, here's Claptrap himself hanging out in the office!
Anyone complaining about it being a UK only competition, every other competition in the history of the internet is for US only, so it's nice to be included for a change.
Great, I don't get disqualified because I'm not a US resident, but because Im not a UK resident. It's always nice with variations on the same theme. This gives a new meaning to Resident Evil, because it's evil to get peoples hopes up on an international website, only to crush those hopes with the standard "only for country X residents". Since it's standard I guess I should know better than to get my hopes up in the first place, but then I wouldn't be able to be "justifiably" upset, now would I?/end rant.
@LegendaryFightz Nope, all previous and current entries will be valid. We're just giving people a chance to see the finished product.
@dannyodwyer Are you aloud to enter these things?
Arrghhh!!!!!!!!!!! I never ever wanted any kind of video game figure until now and I want it BAD!!!!!!!!
@driton True. I am sure that those in the UK are glad to know that the pool of potential winners has been narrowed significantly.