Tag Archives: Competition

Win a 3D printed custom Assassin of your own!

Here’s a nice reminder, seeing that Assassin’s Creed Unity is back in the news; you stand the chance of winning your very own customised, 3D printed Assassin’s Creed Unity doll figure! It’s pretty easy stuff, really. Check it.

We have another Wolfenstein winner

I thoroughly enjoyed reading through all the puns while collating our competition for the cool Wolfenstein give away. Now, I have good news about the selection of another winner.

The winner of the Wolfenstein give away is…

Can you believe it, before the mayhem of E3 we started a quirky little competition to give away some Wolfenstein goodies. You guys came out in force with your epic German puns and I'm glad Random.org picked a winner instead of me.

Win some Wolfenstein goodies

You all know Darryn enjoyed playing the new Wolfenstein. He kept saying it was sehr gut, and we are inclined to believe him. I suppose that's why we're happy to be doing a give away courtesy of Ster.

The winner of the Watch Dogs hamper – and more ways to win!

I’m currently too broke to afford a copy of Watch Dogs, but that’s what happens when you have a crippling Batman addiction. And while my attempts to hack into the banks using a state of the art 386 PC have failed spectacularly, there are easier and less risky ways out there to help me get what I want.

Hack your way to a Watch Dogs hamper

Firstly, please don’t actually hack anything. Watch dogs is out today, and thanks to the beautiful people at Ubisoft, we’ve got a smashing Watch Dogs hamper to give away, including a copy of the game on PlayStation 4. Here’s what you can win.

The Child of Light winner is…

Thanks to the lovely folks at Ubisoft, we have a one copy of the deluxe edition of the whimsical and beautiful Child of Light to give away to one poetic reader. Instead of the usual random.org draw, we opted instead – in the very spirit of the game – to have deliver your most apropos rhyming couplets for the prize. Here’s who won.

Win a Child of Light Deluxe Edition

Ubisoft’s Child of Light is,  according to at least one devilishly handsome reviewer, a “marvel to look at and a joy to play.” If you’d don’t care to listen to reviewers, or maybe the review has you intrigued, we’re giving away one Deluxe Edition of the game on PC to a lucky reader.

Minecraft Monday: Did you win a copy of Minecraft?

So last week we showed you how awesome our Minecraft server was coming along and gave you the chance to win your very own copy of Minecraft thanks to our Minecraft admin, Gareth Bockel

The winner of the Titanfall key is…

Yes, thanks to Evopoints we’re giving away a copy of Titanfall to one lucky reader. That person, who’ll soon be stomping on heads in a giant digital mech, thanks to Evo and the magic of Random.org is…

Reminder: Win this Lords of Shadow 2 Tomb Edition

With the days speeding along, you can almost lose track of time. Did you guys enter to win the beautiful Tomb Edition of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2? Say what you will about the game, the Tomb Edition looks far too beautiful to resist.

Win a new Xbox Live subscription for TitanFall

TitanFall is pure gaming goodness that is going to melt your brains and bring the Call of Duty train to a grinding halt… well actually I haven’t even played the beta and I’m just jumping on the twitter hype train that seems to be gaining momentum.

This winner gets to Quest for Glory

Do you want to play Quest for Glory? Did you leave a fantastic comment with an idea for where we should meet up next? Then you might be our winner!

The Assassin’s Creed IV prize winner is..

In what’s our last competition for the year (though we may yet raffle off Darryn’s virginity) we’re giving away an Assassin’s Creed IV bundle that includes a hoodie, a sexy Edward Kenway statue and a promo PS4 copy of the game. The very, very lucky winner of that bundle is…

The PS4 and Xbox One could face competition from other consoles

For the last decade, gaming has been dominated by the big three of our industry. Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo have created an axis of power that may shift between them, but is rarely contested by outsiders. But a new challenger could appear soon in the form of Google and Apple. And EA wants to be prepared for that.