Friday 28 July 2007
With the tactical turn-based war wager, Field Commander, marching its way into shops today, we've joined forces with Ubisoft to successfully secure 10 copies of the game to give away to lucky GamesRadar readers.
Field Commander is perfect handheld fodder and brings a much needed slice of strategical square-hopping warfare to PSP. Oversee a diverse selection of land, sea and air units and command them in the theatre of war as you test your military mind muscle against shady, threat-to-the-world organisations.
In addition to battling against automaton armies, up to two players can trade some friendly (ish) fire by taking turns on one PSP or by hooking up using ad-hoc or online modes. Field Commander also provides a nifty mission creator that allows you to custom-make your own campaigns, maps and all.
To be in with a shout of taking siege of your own copy of Field Commander, simply answer the following question correctly:
Which of these historical figures was NOT a military commander?
a) Erwin Rommel
b) Genghis Khan
c) Mahatma Gandhi
To enter, click here to email us with your answer, name and full address. The closing date for entries is Friday 25 August 2006.
Above: Each of the units used in the game have a futuristic look
Competition terms and conditions
1. Promotions are open to all UK residents
2. Prizes are non-transferable, non-negotiable and no cash alternatives will be offered.
3. The promoter reserves the right to substitute the prize for another prize of equal value.
4. Prize draws are open to all residents of the UK, except employees of Future, the promoter and their immediate families, the promoter's advertising agency and sales promotion consultancy, and anyone else connected with the creation and administration of the promotion.
5. The editor's decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
6. Only one entry per person. Spammers will be disqualified.
7. GamesRadar will not accept responsibility for loss through technical fault, incomplete, illegible or other damaged entries. Proof of entry is not automatically proof of receipt.