Nintendo Redefines ``T and A'' for College Crowd; National Contest Challenges College Students to Show off Their ``Talent and Adventure'' to Win Metroid Prime-Time Party.
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REDMOND, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 24, 2002
Rip roaring parties, all-nighters, caffeine and sugar binges ... these are just a few of the ingredients that get college kids to dare to bare -- well, their talent and adventure (T and A), that is. As it rolls out its strongest game lineup ever for older players, Nintendo of America Inc. today kicks off something a little bit different -- a nationwide Metroid(R) Prime Talent and Adventure (T and A) Contest.
Effective immediately, Nintendo is searching for the most creative, adventurous and innovative group of college students in the country -- the kind of fans who will go to extreme lengths to win their very own preview party for the all-new Metroid Prime This article is about the game. For the creature, see Metroid Prime (creature).
Metroid Prime (メトロイドプライム game for NINTENDO GAMECUBE The Nintendo GameCube (GCN) is Nintendo's fourth home video game console, belonging to the sixth generation era. The system itself is the most compact and least expensive, next to the Dreamcast, of the sixth generation era consoles. (TM).
College students with a bit of wit who love a good time are officially invited to prove their ingenious abilities by doing something outlandish and clever -- though safe and legal -- featuring the words "Metroid Prime" to garner attention. Award-winning stunts might include spelling the words out as a human pyramid
A human pyramid is a stunt, performed by circus artists — sometimes even doing other tricks such as juggling while up there — or less perfectly by amateurs (often for the fun of failing at a crowded football game, "commandeering" a cable access program, or otherwise doing something wild with the words "Metroid Prime."
"The Metroid Prime Talent and Adventure Contest is designed for students who aren't afraid to take some risks, be bold
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Each of the five Grand Prize winners of the Metroid Prime T and A Contest will receive $1,000, five NINTENDO GAMECUBE systems, five copies of the new Metroid Prime game, along with an official Nintendo Metroid Prime party on their college campus for up to 200 of their closest friends. To help get the party started, Eric Nies Eric Nies (born May 23, 1971 in Ocean Township, New Jersey), is a former male fashion model whose reality television appearances made him a celebrity.
Nies is single, and currently resides in New York City. of MTV's Real World will serve as the professional Metroid Prime-Time party host, along with dance tunes spun by Noah Kerner -- Jennifer Lopez's personal DJ.
Stunt entries submitted between the contest dates of October 24 through November 7, 2002, will be eligible. Only one contest entry is allowed per individual and for group submissions, one entry per group. Students must be age 18 or older to enter, with one winning entry per college eligible to win.
Metroid Prime, exclusively for NINTENDO GAMECUBE, is one of the most highly anticipated games of the year and is scheduled for U.S. launch on November 18, 2002. This 3D first-person adventure First-person adventures are one of the oldest computer and video game genres. First-person adventures tend to focus on puzzles, exploration and character-interaction with no shooting or action elements, though some also feature elements from other genres, including action games and game is based on the classic Metroid(R) franchise, which takes players on a brand new, visually stunning futuristic voyage through the eyes of its prime time star, Samus. Now for the first time ever, consumers can play Samus on and off the video game screen, for a chance to prove their super human talents and adventure. Metroid Prime features a T (Teen) rating and an MSRP MSRP Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price
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MSRP Multi-Species Recovery Plan (US Fish & Wildlife Service)
MSRP Member of the Society for Radiological Protection (UK) of $49.95.
For more information on Nintendo's T and A Contest, stunt suggestions, entry forms, contest rules and judging criteria are now available online at www.metroid.com/TandAContest.
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