• Doctalen - August 28, 2013 9:54 a.m.

    I as a citizen of the United States, believe that I should win this foreign giveaway so that I can bring democracy to the lands and dungeons of Sanctuary :p
  • duffer00 - August 28, 2013 9:26 a.m.

    Now I know what's like to be out of the US during the rest of the giveaways.
  • Hipopapotamus - August 28, 2013 9:22 a.m.

    This prize would expand my gaming horizons twofold. Firstly, it would give me my first experience owning a ps3; finally I would be able to quell the hunger in my belly for an indiana jones-style action-adventure game that has been ever present since I first set eyes upon uncharted 2, while on the other side of the spectrum allow me to see what all the fuss about thatgamecompany is. Secondly, it would take away any excuse I may have created for myself for avoiding this particular genre of game. Despite Diablo being one of the most critically and commercially successful franchises on PC, the idea of clicking on enemies to kill them has never really appealed to me. I know that this idea is most likely a gross misappropriation of the games actual values, but the financial barriers that come from being a teenager have prevented me from exploring this any further. Were I to receive this prize both my monetary and mental barriers would disappear: I wouldn't have to put up any cash and I'd be using a controller, so no clicking on enemies for me. P.S Nice to see UK readers getting some love, especially after the podcast has been away. Nice to hear you guys again on your posh british accents feature, although i fear your giving those 'other' English-speakers a false impression of our country. We're not all that posh, I only have two butlers in my service and Harvey gets wednesdays off.
  • JMarsella09 - August 28, 2013 9:22 a.m.

    I should win because it would give me something to play with my roommate, whom I have very little in common with. I will also dance for your amusement.
  • Tronto13 - August 28, 2013 9:10 a.m.

    I should win because I have been reading Gamesradar since it was cheatplanet and have been loving it the whole time! Also I don't have a PS3 and there are so many awesome games I have to catch up on :O
  • JabroniSawce - August 28, 2013 8:53 a.m.

    I should win so i can give the prize to my friend. He had been away, serving our country for a couple of years, and has now returned. Being a veteran, he was injured and was medically discharged. His cartilage in both of his knees is deteriorating and he is in constant pain, getting most relief from sitting down most of the time. He also experiences major back pain. He tends to get bored, sitting around all day. He used to play video games when he was younger, but now has nothing to play these days. I know he was a big fan of Diablo 1 and 2, and had talked about wanting to try out Diablo 3, but doesnt have anything to play it on, nor a copy of the game. Im sure he would LOVE something like this to pass the time and to take his mind off things. Plus, being co op, i can go visit and play with him. He would really enjoy that. He would also love the other features the Playstation 3 has. He had talked about getting a Bluray player for some movies he had been wanting to watch, plus he would love streaming Netflix, but has not been able to afford it. Thanks Gamesradar.
  • trimbletoon - August 28, 2013 8:50 a.m.

    Because I'm a longtime GamesRadar fan and winning would help ease the pain of a) losing the GRUK podcast (RIP Gaming Monkey) and b) of listening to RadioRadar ( that one time Henry's fart was audible, Tom Magrino's Nintendo related pessimism, Coooper's mismatched sound effects etc etc....) ;-)
  • Smuc86 - August 28, 2013 8:46 a.m.

    Because I haven't been a gamer for long and have never played a Diablo game and do not own a ps3 yet despite there being a ton of games I would love to play on it. Plus despite I have never win a giveaway of any sorts. I mean I'm talking raffles, giveaways, 50/50's, etc. Never. Nada. Nunca. Zip. Zilch. And this is one I would absolutely love to win.
  • Britslop - August 28, 2013 8:42 a.m.

    I should win because last week I managed to open a portal to a hell-dimension while grouting some tiles. Being in close proximity to the lake of fire is great for drying laundry, but my landlord hasn't been this pissed off since he found out I had a cat.
  • Hyperion - August 28, 2013 8:39 a.m.

    We at the Hyperion corporation deserve this prize for the following reasons. 1. We recently lost our CEO to a terrible "mining accident". (despite the fact his autopsy suggests a gunshot) 2. Our stock has recently fallen due to the above (and not as some claim our consistent policies of murder and planetary genocide) 3. we have access to all the GR staff's New-U profiles. (not a threat. just something to think about.) 4. we believe that winning this contest will greatly improve the staff's morale. (and by staff i mean me. doing PR for these psychos really sucks) Thank you for your consideration.
  • veryweirdguy - August 28, 2013 8:37 a.m.

    I should win because: I'm saving up to buy my girlfriend a Wii U because I'm a hopeless romantic. That kind of unabashed generosity deserves rewarding in this crazy, mixed up, cruel world. Plus it means we both can play at the SAME TIME. OH EM GEE. Some would argue that asking to be rewarded for generosity like this negates the point of the good will in the first place, to which I agree to a certain extent. HOWEVER, if your loyal readers saw that I was rewarded for doing a good deed, then they, in turn, may do a good deed for someone else, in the hope of a reward. This ongoing chain of generosity would, theoretically, lead to more good deeds being done across the world, and eventually world peace. TL;DR: give me a PS3 and I 100% guarantee world peace.
  • reeceio21 - August 28, 2013 8:35 a.m.

    Being an addicted gamer and a huge fan of GameRadar's tweets/updates. I think this would be an awesome chance for a shout out for what GameRadar are doing for the gaming industry. By giving away a great game which I've always wanted to play but unable to and console. No other organisation are this generous. GO GAMESRADAR! #EPICGIVEAWAY #AMAZING
  • RossS - August 28, 2013 8:33 a.m.

    Since the arrival of my son 2 years ago, when my gaming soul was plucked away from myself (forced sale of console by evil wife!), I've not been able to game due to the lack of a console and an understanding wife of one mans needs! Hopefully you guys can restore my 2 year loss of RPG action with a wonderful gift! I'll gladly negotiate a trade for my wife too... :)
  • ABACADA6494 - August 28, 2013 8:31 a.m.

    I should win this contest because i like cows.
  • zezwez - August 28, 2013 8:31 a.m.

    Because my ex was a total nasty pastie and cruelly GAVE AWAY my PS3! It was a horrendous day I tell you. Winning would mean that I could train myself to be a supreme wizard and magic her to some unknown dimension ;)
  • Tyles_ - August 28, 2013 8:29 a.m.

    I would love a free copy of Diablo III mainly because I am a professional dungeon crawler, demon smasher, loot grabber and action(er?)!
  • winner2 - August 28, 2013 8:14 a.m.

    I should win because GR's awesome and they all deserve bacon and blowies every day. And whatever Sophia, Amber, and the other unnamed ladies would like for themselves, as I'm sure they're more refined and less crass. Now gimme that shit!
  • Steverulez - August 28, 2013 8:12 a.m.

    Evil has returned... the End Times have returned and a new Hero is needed. I am Steverulez the Barbarian(Demon Hunter/Monk/Witch Doctor/Wizard delete as applicable), and now is my time to fight, to ensure that the End Times never come. A war is about to commence, Gamesrader, and you need me and my co-op buddies on your side if you wish to win this war.
  • walcalr01 - August 28, 2013 8:02 a.m.

    Because I want to be a bad guy on the ps3 as well as on the 360. The good guys mostly never win.
  • theetheethee - August 28, 2013 8:01 a.m.

    I have to win so that I can show my girlfriend the wonders of Diablo. There's not a lot of games we can agree on, but Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance II on the original Xbox was one that we spent hours on together, with me dwarf-kicking chests for loot while she rained down cleric flames from the heavens. If I get this, I can have hundreds more hours of one of my favorite shared gaming experiences! But with a witch doctor.

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