Hey everyone, hope the weekend is treating you well, we’ve had a spot of rain here in Boston. Wanted to shout out to everyone with a huge thanks for all the support and visitor comments directly on the site here. Nothing like an avid GGD reader helping us when we might make a mistake to correct facts and figures. We also want to announce a warm welcome to our new partners Matt Litten of VGBlogger and Pete Carpenter of TheControllerOnline as our newest game news partners. We are proud to have them with us, as they are fine journalists always with a great spin on all things gaming.
S0, you are probably waiting for the new contest announcement this month. Well here it is! We’ve decided that this month to mix things up, the most active Facebook Fan for GameGuideDog will win either a copy of Dungeon Siege III (XBox 360), Star Wars Force Unleashed (for PSP), or James Cameron’s Avatar (for PS3). These winner gets the game of his or her own choice. We know it’s going to be fun for our auditors to procure the winner, but they will be completely fair and accurate.
So head over to the Facebook page, click Like to join, and make a comment here that are playing and serious about winning! Since it’s mostly a news feed for fans, most people will never see this, and you probably won’ t have too much competition at all. (Kinda why we are doing this)… So get on there, click buttons, have fun, and outdo anyone else that might be ahead of you but commenting more! Rules: Only positive comments apply, trolling or mean language will be removed and disqualify. Remember this is a gaming website and many children visit here, so keep it clean and have a good time. There’s a link below to the fan page , or you can click the link in our Facebook box right up here on the right.
Winner will be announced on September 1st, so you have plenty of time to start clicking likes and commenting. Our staff will avidly be adding up the totals… you can go back as far as it will let you to like things too! Good luck and may the best gamer win!
- Dungeon Siege III review (telegraph.co.uk)