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Xbox NZ announces unique Tomb Raider competition to scout beautiful locations

12 Nov 15

Xbox NZ has announced a unique competition where Kiwis can take photos that might make a good Tomb Raider level.

All you have to do is take a great photo in any location in New Zealand using the hashtag of #TombRaiderNZScout. Post this photo on either Twitter or Instagram. 

If you take the best picture and post it by 8pm Wednesday 18 November, you will win two nights in Queenstown staying on the waterfront at Rydges Lakeland, flights with Air NZ and an extreme adventure package. 

Xbox NZ will be judging the photos on a number of criteria. Things you should take into consideration are beautiful scenery, abandoned structures or other locations that you feel would be appropriate for a Tomb Raider level. 

Go out and get your cameras to see if any New Zealand locations have places that resemble a Tomb Raider level.

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