[one_half=”yes”][gameinfo title=”Game Info” game_name=”DmC: Devil May Cry” developers=”Ninja Theory” publishers=”Capcom” platforms=”PC, PS3, Xbox 360″ genres=”Action” release_date=”15 January 2013 (PS3 & Xbox 360) 25 January 2013 (PC)”][/one_half]
Didn’t get what you wanted for Christmas? Well, thanks to Capcom, we might be able to help you with those post-holiday blues. Today, we’re giving you the chance to win a copy of DmC: Devil May Cry on Xbox 360, PS3 or PC!
Even better, you’ll also get a DmC: Devil May Cry shirt bundled with your game.
To set yourself up the rebooted adventures of Dante, enter via any of the methods below — and you can use all the methods for more chances to win!
- Post a comment below, either via Facebook (see the ‘Via Facebook’ bit below) or the generic form telling us one thing you’d have changed about Dante during his “makeover”. Also list your platform preference. That’s it!
Via the Stevivor.com forums
- Register for the forums (if you can comment normally, use those credentials) and make a post in the Competition topic telling us one thing you’d have changed about Dante during his “makeover”. Also list your platform preference.
- Go click ‘Like’ and make yourself a fan of Stevivor.com, then put up a comment on the entry for this contest. (The ‘Like’ thing still applies if you comment below via the Facebook interface!) telling us one thing you’d have changed about Dante during his “makeover”. Also list your platform preference.
- Follow StevivorGaming and RT the following tweet. You could win a copy of the game, but you’ll definitely be in the loop when it comes to Australian/New Zealand gaming news, community and more — so really, you’re an instant winner!
You’ve got until 12 noon on Monday 14 January to enter this contest. A crack team of Stevivor.com judges will then select three winners from Australia or New Zealand — one for each console — and arrange to have one (1) 360 copy, one (1) PS3 copy and one (1) PC copy of DmC: Devil May Cry mailed to each. The PC winner will get their copy closer to the PC release date, obviously. Good luck!
If you’re DYING to get your hands on DmC: Devil May Cry and don’t want to run the risk of a simple contest, you might want to consider pre-ordering the game from EB Games now.