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Nov 30, 2007
If fighting wars on your PC is your thing, then you'll no doubt be aware that today sees the return of an RTS stalwart to shops with Sudden Strike 3: Arms For Victory. And to mark the occasion we've teamed up with our allies at Empire to offer two victorious winners the chance to tag and bag themselves a super spuffy NVidia graphics card worth £200 (the GeForce 8600 GTS OC 256MB GDDR3).
One almost as lucky runner-up will snag a slightly inferior - but still better than a kick in the danglers - NVidia card (the GeForce 7900 GS OC 256MB GDDR3). All winners will, of course, also get a copy of Sudden Strike 3: Arms For Victory to enjoy at their leisure.
In its latest excursion, Sudden Strike has gone big. There are six mammoth World War II campaigns to battle through, spread over some stonking great maps. You'll also be able to command more units than ever before and bedroom generalissimos will be pleased to know that the full trio of land, sea and air forces are at your disposal. Terrains are interactive, graphics are 3D - a series first - and the interface is optimised for less faffing and more power. Oh, and did we mention the team play and head-to-head multiplayer modes? We didn't? Well, it's also got that.
So how can you get your mitts on these glorious spoils of war? All you have to do is answer this mind-bogglingly easy question and then complete the following tiebreaker.
What was Hitler's first name?
Tiebreaker: Complete the following sentence in no more than 10 words:
"If Winston Churchill was alive today he would probably say..........................."
Click here to email us with your answer, name and full address. The closing date for entries is Friday 7 December 2007. Whatever you do, don't forget to complete the tiebreaker!
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