Giveaway A Day: DuckTales Remastered will make you shout “Woo-oo!” with three times the prizes

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Our four Giveaway A Day brings back a classic in a whole new way. DuckTales Remastered is an excellent HD remake of an old Nintendo video game, now available in disc format. And this time, there will be three winners! But pogo in fast as this giveaway is open for entries for just 24 hours.

Giveaway A Day Prize #4 – Dec. 12, 2013

DuckTales Remastered video game
Prizes: Three (3) boxed disc copies of DuckTales Remastered will be given away – one for Xbox 360, one for Playstation 3, and one for Nintendo Wii U.

Courtesy of Capcom, three winners will be chosen to receive a copy of this game. Players will embark on an authentic DuckTales adventure, as Scrooge McDuck and his three nephews; Huey, Dewey and Louie travel to exotic locations throughout the world in their quest to retrieve the 5 Legendary Treasures. Originally released 24 years ago, the game has been beautifully remastered, providing new parents the opportunity to share their favorite childhood show with their game-savvy kids, bridging the generation gap and ultimately bringing families together.

How To Enter

There are two ways to enter to win Giveaway A Day Prize #1:



The contest period begins with the publishing date and time of this article and ends exactly 24 hours later. One (1) winner will be randomly selected from all entries. Each Entry Method may be used once per person during the duration of the contest for a total of two (2) possible entries per person. The winner will be contacted on or around December 12, 2013 either via e-mail or direct message on Twitter, depending on winning method of entry. Winners will be asked which system they prefer the game for, chosen based on the order in which winners reply to the giveaway confirmation email. If the game for the desired system is already spoken for by another winner, a second or third choice will be made available. In the event that a winner declines the prize, a new winner will be chosen until all copies are given away. Any attempt at duplicate or fraudulent entries by the same person using multiple email addresses or names will immediately disqualify that person from the contest.

Good luck!

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