The perfect game to get you through the holidays.
Update: Our judges have selected two lucky winners from close to 1,500 entries, as follows:
- Jeremy H. from Preston, VIC
- Jennifer R. from Lugarno, NSW
Congratulations to both! Please check your emails shortly for your codes.
Original story: We’re on a beeline to the holidays — and the days off from work or school they bring — and Activision wants to make them all the more enjoyable through two big Stevivor contests that will run over the next fortnight. First up, our readers will have the chance to win Crash Bandicoot 4 It’s About Time on both Xbox One and PS4 (backwards compatible on Xbox Series S & X and PS5, of course!).
We’ve got a main prize of one (1) Digital Standard Edition on Xbox One and one (1) Digital Standard Edition on PS4, open to residents of Australia and New Zealand.
To enter for a chance to win one of the two copies, simply register your details and tell us, as creatively as you can in 25 words or less: What’s your favourite new Quantum power, and why? If you need some inspiration, check out the trailer below.
We’ll pick the most creative entries from the bunch. You can also opt to do other actions for more ways to enter.
[This contest has closed.]
This contest runs until 11.59 pm AEDT on 16 December. We’ll select two (2) winners on or after 17 December and inform winners on their supplied email addresses. You’ll get your Digital Standard Edition codes in the same email, WAY ahead of potential gift-giving dates.
“The perfect gift for kids and adults alike, join Crash and Coco for a big dose of ‘90s nostalgia and exciting powers in this brandwumping new adventure,” Activision says of Crash’s newest outing.
In our own review, we said It’s About Time “is a highly enjoyable platformer that not only returns our favourite marsupial back to his roots but offers some modern, iterative gameplay too.”
Crash Bandicoot 4 It’s About Time is available now on Xbox One and PS4.
12 March 2021 (Switch, PS5, Xbox Series)
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