Red Bank, TN, August 07, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Gamers Daily News (http://www.gamersdailynews.com) is extremely pleased to announce their SoulCalibur IV Contest. By signing up to the site's forums and following the instructions you can be eligible for a PS3 or Xbox 360 copy of SoulCalibur IV from Namco Bandai (US) and UbiSoft (UK).
The two Prize packs available are:
Xbox 360 copy of the game and (2) SoulCalibur IV Xbox 360 faceplates
PS3 copy of the game along with a Brady Game SoulCalibur IV game guide.
What's the catch?
Nothing. Simply sign up for the Gamers Daily News forums head to the Contests Forum and read the SoulCalibur IV Contest thread to find out what you need to do to be eligible for the prizes.
"It's really simple," said Editor-in-Chief Christophor Rick, "there's something in the forums that you need to analyze and send the answer to me via the forums messaging system."
"We just wanted to give something back to the readers," said Wade Hinkle, Gamers Daily News CEO and US Publisher, "we have these games, face plates and book and thought we would give them out in a contest."
The Gamers Daily News SoulCalibur IV Contest runs from today until Friday 15 August, 2008. Both copies of the game are North American NTSC versions. Gamers outside of North America are welcome to enter the contest and are eligible to win. SoulCalibur IV is rated T for Teen by the ESRB and 16+ by PEGI. In order to be eligible to receive prizes from the contest entrants must provide proof of age and/or submit consent from a parent or legal guardian. Full contest rules and instructions can be found at http://www.gamersdailynews.com/forum .
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