Win a Fit in Machinima Ultra Street Fighter IV E. Honda Challenge Sweepstakes
If you’re anything like me, you spent an incalculable amount of your life in the 1990s standing in an arcade with your elbows resting on a Street Fighter II cabinet. You’d spend hours every morning boning up on your down, down-forward, forward, punches and down, down-back, back, kicks in the hope that every last Hadoken and Tatsumaki Senpukyaku finds providence. You’d feel strong and ready…and then you’d get your teeth handed to you in two minutes flat by some kid in a Starter Jacket playing as E. Honda.
To this day, you still hate E. Honda and his cheap palm strike attack, but you’ll probably be willing to let that go just this once for the Machinima Ultra Street Fighter IV E. Honda Challenge Sweepstakes since entering means you’ll have the opportunity to win a 2015 Honda Fit EX-L.
Fortunately, entering the Machinima Ultra Street Fighter IV E. Honda Challenge Sweepstakes is considerably easier than, say, having to beat Cal Simpkons two-out-of-three times when all he does is spam E. Honda’s special attacks. To get started, all you have to do is pop over to https://www.facebook.com/machinima and click the “like” button.
From there, you can earn additional entries by: liking the Honda Fit on Facebook (+1), signing up for the Machinima newsletter (+100 entries), following Machinima on Twitter (+25 entries), leaving a comment detailing your favorite player in Ultra Street Fighter IV (+15 entries, and the correct answer is always Dan), referring your Facebook friends (+100 entries for each friend who enters), and watching a video message from Honda (+50 entires).
The Machinima Ultra Street Fighter IV E. Honda Challenge Sweepstakes wraps up on August 15, with a winner randomly selected three days thereafter to win a 2015 Honda Fit EX-L.
Winning a new Fit might not be enough to help you forgive that dirty cheater Cal Simpkons and E. Honda’s cheapness, but it’s a start.
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