Unholy War giveaway
Saturday 10 October 1998
Unholy War, a new video game from Eidos Interactive, will transport you to Xsarra, a planet in the throes of a vicious battle between two tribes: the technologically advanced Teknos and the native Arcanes. The losing tribe faces annihilation.
An impressive array of characters, weapons and combat arenas - enhanced by special effects and with real-time action- will ensure that the whole thrilling business of staying alive will be the only thing on your mind.
Unholy War will be available on PlayStation at the end of the month for around pounds 44.99, but the makers, Eidos Interactive, in conjunction with The Independent, has 20 copies to give away. Just send a postcard with your name and address, by 2 Nov, to: Parkes Print, 86 East Avenue, Hayes, Middlesex UB3 2HR
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