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Giveaway: Assassin's Creed 3

Discussion in 'Games' started by manofthem, Oct 15, 2013.

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  1. manofthem

    manofthem WCG-TPU Team All-Star!

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    III

    I'm tired; let's make this easy.

    Post some super awesome sometime this week before I choose to end this, which will be on or before Friday.

    To enter, you need:
    Posts: 50; thanked: 10

    Cunchers/folders exempt from requirements and get an extra entry in the drawing, due to their hard work for the team! ;)





    PS: Theres a good chance I will come back to edit this OP to make it prettier, but I'm super exhausted for now and lack motivation :laugh:
     
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  2. night.fox

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    Can I enter? Would like to play this game.


    And thank you very much for giveaway

    ok thanks...

    something awesome? hmmm....

    For the past months, I met people in TPU who are awesome in many ways... like you sir manofthem.... and Maban, my first friend in my steam.. lol... There's a lot of people here in TPU who are always been helpful and generous and thats one of the awesome days so far......
     
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  3. manofthem

    manofthem WCG-TPU Team All-Star!

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    Yup you qualify good sir, just be sure to post something awesome, which can be about anything out wish ;)
     
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    Something awsome huh? All the awsome giverways we see on TPU every week
     
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  5. Black.Raven

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    awesome :) I just began the singleplayer last week. although im not that good at stealth :banghead::laugh:
     
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  6. Tatty_One

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    Never entered for one of these before but as i played AC1 I thought it worth while going for this! being as un imaginative as I am, I thought my awesome post should be relevant to gaming so here is a little info on the worlds first "true" video console........... the Magnavox Odyssey, funnily enuff developed in the US, probably cost at the time what a small house would have, developed from 1968, released in 1972 (and yes I was around then :D).......

    "Like all other video game consoles, the Magnavox Odyssey is a digital console. However, like all consoles up until the eighth generation, it uses analog circuitry for the video output, due to the fact that the televisions of its era were analog; in addition to this, like the Nintendo 64 and later consoles, it featured an analog game controller. Due to these two facts, many collectors mistakenly considered the Odyssey to be an analog console, which led Baer to clarify that the console was indeed digital. The electronic signals exchanged between the various parts (ball and players generators, sync generators, diode matrix, etc.) are binary.[5] The games and logic itself are implemented in DTL, a common pre-TTL digital design component using discrete transistors and diodes.

    The system was powered by batteries. The Odyssey lacks sound capability, something that was corrected with the "Pong systems" of several years later, including Magnavox's own Odyssey-labeled Pong consoles. Ralph Baer proposed a sound extension to Magnavox in 1973, but the idea was rejected. The Odyssey uses a type of removable printed circuit board card that inserts into a slot similar to a ROM cartridge slot; these do not contain any components but have a series of jumpers between pins of the card connector. These jumpers interconnect different logic and signal generators to produce the desired game logic and screen output components respectively. The system was sold with translucent plastic overlays that gamers could put on their TV screen to simulate color graphics, though only two TV sizes were supported. Some of these overlays could even be used with the same cartridges, though with different rules for playing. It was also sold with dice, poker chips and score sheets to help keep score, much like a traditional board game. Ralph Baer is also believed to have proposed the concept of "active cartridges" containing additional electronic components allowing adding more game features such as sound effects, variable net position, and variable ball speed, though the idea apparently did not catch any interest"
     

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  7. mypg0306

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    it was awesome to me that I took 2 days leaves to only sit tight at home and paly games whole day long :D I'm in for this giveaways, thanks buddy.
     
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  8. AlienIsGOD

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    something awesome? im back to 4 star WCG badge which means im averaging 8000 credits :D its not showing yet, but my 7 day avg atm is 8391 :D i do not wish to enter anymore as i just realized its this game, not AC 2 that i have on my Uplay account. Sorry for the mistake :p
    even more awesome stuff? the Q6600 rig should be shipping to me sometime in November, bringing my farm to 4 rigs :D
     
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  9. ChristTheGreat

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    Hi!

    I would like to enter the contest :D

    10k PPD for me, and going for more, awesome nah? More awesome, just made an electrical plan for my house (breaker, etc..) :D took me about 8 hours!
     
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    Not entering as I've already played vicariously through my son w/ an Xbox 360. Great giveaway and great game. The only awesome thing I can think about right now is my iced coffee ;)
     
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    Count me in for this. It is awesome that I can elect to take 4 extra hours of Biology/Chemistry to replace Calculus 3 in my major :)
     
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    I'm so entering for this ... and for the awesomeness, this awesome giveaway is awesome as clearly seen on the awesome meter :toast:
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    manofthem WCG-TPU Team All-Star!

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    I want it.

    Have some awesome sauce:
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    and this:
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    I'd like to enter.

    Let's see... something awesome...
    How about a breakdown of the Scaramanga's Golden Gun from 007 Goldeneye? That's awesome and assassin-related!

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    Something Awesome ?
    Assassin's creed III is something awesome which i will be playing if i win the giveaway :)
     
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    i drawed you a stealth ninja robot assasin!

    can he AXE you a question?!?!?!?

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    I like to enter, and thanks again for a chance to win some thing free :).
     
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    manofthem WCG-TPU Team All-Star!

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    Let's plan on ending this tomorrow night @7pm est.
    Get in while you can :toast:
     
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  21. lyndonguitar

    lyndonguitar I play games

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    Entering in, I played it on Xbox 360 but I wanted to play it with max graphics and >30FPS.

    And plus I never tried the multiplayer aspect because of Xbox Gold Subscription fees and my friend says its very good. getting it on PC will be my chance.

    Something awesome?
    Watching Pranks on the internet
     
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  22. 1Kurgan1

    1Kurgan1 The Knife in your Back

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    Count me in on this one, looks like a great game.
     
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    fullinfusion 1.21 Gigawatts

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    Im in!

    Something awesome... kinda hard to find anything awesome about this week after a bomb was dropped on us last friday :cry: but I wont get into that here.

    The only thing I can think of being awesome is ppl like manofthem, being so giving and passing good things on to tpu members. In my eyes that is just awesome on it's own..

    Oh and Erocker helping me solve a gpu crossfire problem today that took him alot of searching when he had the same issue.. and he passed me the info and I had the problem fixed in under 2 min... He should have charged me for the info :respect:
     
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    manofthem WCG-TPU Team All-Star!

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    I fixed it so you can have a valid entry :p
     
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    Just finished building a gaming rig for my nephew. It'd be great to play something like this together with him. In any case, thanks for your generosity!

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