Win a copy of Blur almost instantly

The picture below is a clever bit of viral advertising for Blur (released today) painted on to the wall of a Magistrates Court in the shabby but trendy Hoxton area of London, UK.

If you fancy grabbing a copy of Blur we've got a challenge for you. The first person to find the mural in London and take a picture of themself in front of it wins. We've got two copies of Blur to give away (one PS3 and one Xbox 360). And to even it out we've got for non-London residents to win too...


How to enter if you live in London:

Find the street art and take a picture of yourself in front of it. The first image we recieve on our Facebook wall or Twitter feed will get a copy of Blur (on PS3 or 360) and as a special incentive a copy of Split/Second on 360 and a bunch of other GR office goodies too.

If you need help with finding it, use this link: 

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How to enter if you can't get to London 

Answer the following: In the verdict box of our 360 review of Blur, what is the first word in the first thing we think 'You'll love'?

Send us your answer on Twitter, hashtagged #iwantblur - the first two correct answers we recieve each get a copy of the game on PS3.

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Small print:

- By entering, you are agreeing to our usual terms and conditions.
- GamesRadar's decision on winners is final.
- Please only enter once as multiple entries will be disregarded.
- Competition is only open to UK and Eire residents.
- All winners will be announced by Tuesday 1 June, 5pm (GMT).

May 28, 2010


  • sleepy92ismypsn - May 30, 2010 2:12 a.m.

    come on i live in us the plane ticket alone would cost alot more than the game.
  • garnsr - May 28, 2010 4:20 p.m.

    Aw man, I thought you were going to send me a plane ticket to London to get the shot. I've lost faith in GR.
  • triplesalmon - May 28, 2010 2:17 p.m.

    Chaotic, frenzied multiplayer combat? I was more detailed? Umm...damn.
  • db1331 - May 28, 2010 2:11 p.m.

    I thought the Blur spot with the broccoli dude and little pink guy was funny and all, but what they are doing is kind of nonsensical if you think about it. They basically stole the Mario Kart formula and injected it into a game with "realistic" cars and graphics. Now their whole campaign is based on pointing out how lame the game they copied off of is, even though their own game will never be anywhere NEAR as successful as even the worst Mario Kart, that being Double Dash(!!). The more I see that little broccoli guy staring at the Blur cars, the more this bothers me.
  • allthegoodnameswheretaken - May 28, 2010 2:11 p.m.

    I already did ATGNWT1 I tweeted to twitter@gamesradar
  • gamesradar_george1 - May 28, 2010 2:04 p.m.

    Not quite. You might need to read the entry information again. You need to enter through Twitter - not the comments...
  • melch - May 28, 2010 1:25 p.m.

    damn it guessing im too late even now
  • allthegoodnameswheretaken - May 28, 2010 1:24 p.m.


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