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Posted on Wednesday, June 26 @ 16:00:00 Eastern by
[Winner Announced]: In a furious Twitter battle for retweet-domination, UghRochester and NovaKnight21 turned our box full of names into a box full of their names. We asked you to share GameRevolution's coverage over social media, and frankly these two went above and beyond the call of... what's the right word? Doody. OK.

After a lot of work tallying up the entries, NovaKnight21 has walked away the victor. NovaKnight21, if you're out there, please send me a PM on GameRevolution.com with your name and address. Here's a picture of everything Nova's won, with a list clockwise from bottom left:

  • PlayStation wristband which may or may not get you into next year's Sony E3 Press Conference
  • Plants vs Zombies Adventures Air Fresheners (1) Zombie scent (1) Peashooter scent
  • Medal of Honor Patch (told you I'd throw some older swag in there too)
  • Beta Key for The Might Quest For Epic Loot (a really fun PC game)
  • Max Payne 3 .50cal Bullet Pen
  • Skylanders SwapForce glass water bottle
  • Call of Duty: Ghosts portable USB charger with digital "Ghosts" icon display
  • Wargaming's inflatable Warplane
  • "I Rocksmith E3" T-Shirt
  • Watch Dogs E3 Exclusive Collector's Edition tin (with goodies inside)
  • Watch Dogs T-Shirt
  • Destiny T-shirt
  • Really nice bag that only has a tag that says Activision and no other markings, so basically just a really nice bag.
[Original]: E3 is that special time of year when free T-shirts grow on trees, seemingly useless items have video game logos printed on them and become priceless, and I end up having to clean out my closet. In fact, the swag season started a little early thanks to pre-E3 Judges Tour events in Los Angeles in May.

I've already started to amass a pile of goodies for one lucky GameRevolution reader, but I'm hoping we can use it to induct even more revolutionaries. I've got Destiny and Watch Dogs t-shirts, Grand Theft Auto V posters, a Skylanders eco-friendly water bottle, and more.

So what's the deal? How's this contest work?

Sharing GameRevolution's E3 coverage is the only way to win. Do any of the following between today and June 24th: Every like, link share, and retweet will earn you one (1) entry into the contest. That means if you were to retweet every piece of GameRevolution's E3 coverage between now and June 24th, you'd stuff the bucket with your name and increase your chances of winning.

Ummm... what are you waiting for? Maybe you should try it out with this post.
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