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Competition: Win escapeVektor: Chapter One [EU, NA and AUS]

Posted by James Newton

15 copies to give away

We know you love great games, and we know you love competitions, but we bet you love both of them together even more.

We've teamed up with Nnooo to give away 15 copies of WiiWare gem escapeVektor: Chapter 1 to readers around the world. We have five copies for North America, five for Europe and five for Australia and New Zealand. Can't say fairer than that, can we?

To enter, you'll need to follow Nintendo Life and Nnooo on Twitter, then tweet this message:

"Want to win WiiWare gem escapeVektor: Chapter 1? RT and follow @nintendolife and @_nnooo to enter!"

We'll pick 15 winners by midnight GMT on Friday, 4th November. In the meantime, brush up on one of the best WiiWare games this year by reading our escapeVektor: Chapter 1 review.

Terms and conditions

No purchase necessary. Fifteen [15] Twitter users who follow both Nintendo Life and Nnooo and Tweet the qualifying message will win one [1] copy each of escapeVektor: Chapter 1 on WiiWare. Five [5] winners will be from North America, five [5] from Europe and five [5] from Australia and New Zealand. Nintendo Life may contact you via direct message to confirm your location if you are successful.

Entrants must have access to a Wii console and the Wii Shop Channel in order to receive their prize. Prizes are non-negotiable and cannot be exchanged. Users' location, Twitter username and Wii friend code will be required to arrange prize delivery.


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User Comments (36)



Omega said:

I hate those contests where you must register on Twitter (or elsewhere). Then I'd rather pay the 5 € for it.



Kifa said:

Stalking? On Twitter? Well, if you insert your photo and use actual namer rather than nick then sure, it's easy then. It all boils down to using it reasonably. Now Facebook, that's stalker's delight...

But I digress. Never really entered such contests, but well, I guess there's nothing wrong in trying. escapeVektor is an interesting game after all.



Radbot42 said:

i guess with all the people who dont use twitter, my chances at winning are that much greater!



James said:

@siavm You're welcome.

To everyone who doesn't like Twitter: later on this year we have a site-specific contest that's for an awesome prize that's actually sat in my office at the moment.



RedYoshi999 said:

Hooray a competition for Australians!! Well Nnooo are Australian, so it is to be expected we would be a part of it.



blackknight77 said:

If I did not already own the game I would enter. If you don't own it, and don't win the contest I would check it out. Its worth the 500 points



Victoria said:

I gave it a go. The only Twitter friends I have are all gaming friends anyway.



bezerker99 said:

Thanks for reminding me that I actually have a twitter account. Finally, a use for it.



Virus said:

Eh, it's a game I actually want to buy, and considering how cheap it is, I'd rather buy it from them.



JakobG said:

I'd love to have the game, but I wont get into Twitter just for that.



Ben_Rage_V2 said:

Hey, this Nnooo company sounds pretty cool. They only make games for Nintendo platforms? Awesome. Please pick me to win!!!!



edhe said:

I wouldn't enter the competition because I don't want my only tweet to be a promotion for a WiiWare game.

I don't lead an exciting enough life to start a twitter account.



longtimegamer said:

Is it too late to do this? We have to follow you both? This means? Been awhile since I used this account (and I had opened it for another contest.)

Also When do we tweet this?



Henmii said:

I already have downloaded the game few days ago. I never Twitter, so this contest would not have been a option for me anyway!



tripunktoj said:

@James: I might look like a retard but I have no idea on how to use twitter, their tags or that link things, and to be honest I am not even a little interested to learn I think facebook already eats much of my time. I dont want to sound rude, just asking in a direct manner, Can NL stop using this complicated (IMO) mechanic, and use more accesible methods not hated by half of the users for every future contest? Email, blogs, NL forums or articles, even facebook is more friendly and widespread (and a much wider user base would get to know about both NL and the game) Its just a detail I think NL can improve, keep up your great work on NL and thanks for reading this



James said:

@longtimegamer Fine by me!

@7ATalavera We always work with the prize provider to make sure we organise the contest in a way we're both happy with. I understand not everyone wants to sign up for Twitter, and that's fine. Comments taken on board though.



GeminiSaint said:

So, should I copy the message and paste it into a new Tweet of my own or should I just re-tweet the message that's already there in the Nintendo Life Twitter page? (I did the latter, BTW)

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