Hey guys, we were cleaning out the Joystiq attic, and we found this old post from 2002 (back in the old days when Joystiq was still a mimeographed newsletter). We thought we'd pass it along.
"Hey dudes and dudettes, can you believe the No Child Left Behind Act was signed into law by U.S. President George W. Bush? And what's up with the ex-currencies of all euro-using nations ceasing to be legal tender in the European Union? Yeah, 2002 has been a crazy year so far, but it's about to get even more radical, cause we're giving away [please turn mimeograph over now] 10 copies of Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project."
Now here's the crazy thing: We're still gonna honor it. Luckily, we've teamed up with our friends at Good Old Games to give away 10 digital copies of Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, just added to the site today. But in order to be eligible to win, you have to leave the exact comment you would have back in 2002. It's silly, we know, but just play along*, and we'll randomly pick 10 of you to get a code for the game tomorrow. Check out all the legal stuff after the break.
- Open to legal residents of the 50 United States, the District of Columbia and Canada (excluding Quebec) who are 18 and older.
- To enter, leave a comment that you might have left on this same post back in 2002.
- You may enter once.
- This entry period ends at 3:00 pm ET on Wed, March 11, 2009. We'll randomly select 10 winners at that time to receive a download code for Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project (ARV: $5.99). Please check your e-mail!
- Click Here for complete Official Rules.