TA Competition: Spring Clean Giveaway Week 15

By Dave Horobin, 2 years ago
How do you fancy winning a code for the recently released ID@Xbox title Whispering Willows? Of course you do, and fortunately for you, our generous community member QuiCkz Ninja has supplied us with one, so that's exactly what we have up for grabs in this week's Spring Clean Giveaway.


Our review was written by N0T PENNYS B0AT last week, and he awarded a respectable score of three out of five.

With just two hours of content and gameplay that never challenges you, plenty of people will dismiss Whispering Willows and never think twice about it. That's maybe not such a bad thing as it definitely isn't for everybody. It acts as an example as to why the Ouya didn't last. This was one of the better received games in the console's short lifespan and it fails to stand up to a lot of games within its own genre on the major consoles and PC. I do genuinely love the game's message overall, however. It gives a voice to a people so rarely represented in video games and does so within a story that's worth seeing. Despite its dark tone and serious subject matter, one word keeps returning to me when I think back on Whispering Willows, and that's 'charming'. It's flawed, and brief, and unchallenging, but so too is it engaging, and mysterious, and charming. Among so many other lost souls in the Willows Mansion, the ghost of the Ouya lives on.To be in with a chance of winning, leave a comment in the thread below before 8PM GMT on Monday September 7th.

Good luck, and thanks again to QuiCkz Ninja for supplying the code!

(Rules And Regulations)
- This competition is unavailable to TA Staff members
- One entry per person; multiple entries from the same community member will be disregarded
- Entry is via a comment to this thread
- The winner will be chosen at random by random.org
- This competition is available worldwide
- Entries close on Monday September 7th at 8PM GMT
This contest is now closed.
Dave Horobin
Written by Dave Horobin
Dave is the TrueAchievements Social Manager and has been a Newshound since 2010. When he's not chasing developers and publishers for early review copies, he can usually be found on the TrueAchievements social pages discussing all things TA related.