Update: Contest is now closed. For those who barely missed out we will be holding a mini-giveaway for you guys. Thanks!
This contest is pretty simple. If you’re seeing our site for the first time you can simply like our Facebook page. On the other hand, if you’ve already liked our Facebook page, registering for our site will fulfill the requirement. Read on to read the details.
Note: In order to be eligible for a code you MUST follow these directions.
If you’re a new user and will fulfill the contest requirements by liking our Facebook page you must provide us with a valid email address.
For those who have already liked our Facebook page and have to register to fulfill the requirement, you can either register through our site using the default registration form, or you can sign-in using Facebook.
If you have any questions about registration let us know in the comment field below. Not following these directions correctly will disqualify you from obtaining a code. These codes are for PS3 only (sorry Xbox 36o users)
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