Akiba’s Beat Akihabara haiku contest NEET Edition giveaway winners announced

The winners are in, oh the anticipation, this is a haiku.

Akiba’s Beat

Earlier this week, we held a contest asking users to submit a haiku about Akihabara for a chance to win a “NEET Edition” copy of the newly launched Akiba’s Beat. It was a tough call between so many good submissions, but the winners are in.

Our top three haikus are…

Bob (PS4 ver.)

Gachas on my right
Maids with street signs on my left
Goodbye hard earned cash

Wesley Barber (PS Vita ver.)

I had no Laifu
Went to Akibahara
Bought pillow waifu

Random Stalker (PS4 ver.)

Cafe full of maids
A new fetish has been made
Oh no, I’ve been tamed

Congratulations, you three! If you won, please send an e-mail with your shipping information to editor[at]gematsu[dot]com using the same e-mail on your account.

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