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RPGFan, ATI and Funcom Present
Radeon 9800XT Shadow Challenge

11.23.03 - 1:51 PM

Greetings RPG fans,

Today we launch the first of our holiday season prize giveaways; and just in time for Turkey Day. While we've run a contest for Anarchy Online: Shadowlands before, this time our friends at Funcom have brought a pal along to play for a second time: ATI Technologies. Known world-over as the producer of some of the most powerful, yet economical, PC video cards on the hardware scene today.

This month we'll be giving away their brand new baby, the Radeon 9800XT AGP video card (MRSP $499.99) to one lucky winner as well as free access to the latest downloadable version of Anarchy Online: Shadowlands (includes Anarchy Online, The Notum Wars, Shadowlands and one month of free service) as well as a limited edition Jobe Apartment key. Five other readers will get the game and the apartment, while another nine of you will get free download access sans the apartment key.

Follow the bouncing link to the contest page, and remember - this time, anyone over the age of 13 can enter. We're opening this contest up to all of our international readers as well, so there's no excuse to pass up this opportunity to win one of the hottest MMORPGs on the market and a pretty swank video card to enjoy it on. So get with the clicking already!


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