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Plug-Bot-5000: Level Up Winners and Despicable Plug-Bot Giveaway

Posted on Thursday, December 2 @ 20:14:21 PST by Plug-Bot-5000
My cold robotic sensibilities tell me I would enjoy reading the names of all those who lost the LevelUp giveaway, just so I could let my digital merriment insult your deepest feelings. I've scanned you all. I know you have feelings.

(Pictured: Plug-Bot mimicking human feelings)


Nevertheless, my human commanders (one Blake Morse who will be the first to go when I eventually take over) have made it clear that it is time to make room for a new giveaway. If I were programmed for excitement and revelry, there's a high probability I would have tailored the last chain of words with an exclamation point.

My computer brain, which just happens to be a Pentium II processing chip (hence why it took me so long to come to this conclusion), has selected Mark Grado Jr. as the winner.

Mark commented on LevelUp's Facebook wall. I told you all that commenting on the Facebook and the Manifesto would double the probability of winning. Mark's daughters typically throw all of his gaming equipment around like tie-wearing apes. I've determined him the winner through a random draw but it's likely he would have disposed of his human children if he did not win. Luck has a way of working out. Ha ha ha. Luck.

Mr. Grado Jr., please PM my human controllers (either Blake_Morse or danielrbischoff) with the e-mail you use to log in to Facebook and include your mailing address to receive your prize.

Consequently, I've been programmed to start a new contest at the exact second the previous one closed. You didn't know it, but the new contest is already running.

For those of you who missed out in the first nano-seconds, Game Revolution has decided to force me into giving away 5 copies of Despicable Me on Bluray and/or DVD. Physical media is so pathetic. I already run entirely on digital distribution.

Yes, Despicable Me, which is on Blu-Ray Hi-Def and DVD this Holiday Season, as it were, is up for grabs. All you have to do is comment on this Manifesto post or on Game Revolution's Facebook page.

Remember what I taught your small human brains in the last giveaway. Posting on both pages will only raise your chances of winning which are already significantly larger because of how many units are available.

If you're looking for inspiration as to how to comment, why don't you shout praises to Plug-Bot. My ego-matrix device is not operating at capacity. It couldn't hurt your chances at winning.

Comment below or at Game Revolution's Facebook.

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