Tapping into 80s nostalgia and drawing inspiration from iconic popular culture moments, beloved motion pictures, snacks, and style traits of the period, “Stranger Issues” is a cultural phenomenon in contrast to some other — one which traditional video video games closely impressed. From arcades to gaming references, video video games assist join the era who grew up in the course of the period seen in “Stranger Issues” to as we speak’s youth expressing themselves and discovering achievement within the pleasure of gaming.
To hitch within the celebration of “Stranger Issues” and its extremely anticipated return Xbox has created unique “Stranger Issues” Xbox Sequence S consoles for followers to win.
However these aren’t regular Xbox Sequence S consoles. These consoles have been trapped within the Upside Down for who is aware of how lengthy — and their designs replicate that. With a design impressed by cassette gamers of the Eighties, the Upside Down Xbox Sequence S has been twisted and corrupted, its as soon as glossy aesthetic overtaken by the vines, tendrils and ooze of the natural world discovered deep throughout the Upside Down. Every console is saved securely for decontamination in a particular hazmat container.
Followers across the globe can have the prospect to win one among these customized consoles by following @Xbox on Twitter. Keep tuned on @Xbox for an opportunity to win!
To cease a rift relentlessly increasing in Los Angeles, on Might 26 and 27, Xbox and Netflix are on the lookout for new recruits to assist earlier than it’s too late! LA locals must “Show Their Energy” and put together to have their thoughts flayed with an immersive expertise — with extra surprises to come back within the Upside Down. Go to the Xbox Plaza at L.A. Dwell on Might 26 or 27 for an opportunity to win one among 30 customized Upside Down Xbox Sequence S consoles in addition to different thrilling rewards from Xbox and Netflix.
Season 4: Quantity I of “Stranger Issues” releases Friday, Might 27 out there to observe in your Xbox. For extra info on “Stranger Issues,” test it out on Netflix and keep updated on Twitter @Stranger_Things.