Win the ultimate spy's toolkit with Alpha Protocol

To celebrate Alpha Protocol’s release we’ve teamed up with SEGA to offer you a chance to win one of five copies of the game on PC, Xbox or PS3 with one lucky winner also scooping the ultimate spy’s toolkit, the James Bond-style surveillance device which allows you to record video/illicit voyeuristic sexy tapes through a special Watch Spy Camera.

Alpha Protocol is Obsidian’s brand new espionage RPG which sees you take on the role of special agent Michael Thorton, tasked with uncovering the truth behind a terrorist missile attack on an innocent passenger jet. With a story taken straight from today’s headlines and with more twists and turns than a Hollywood blockbuster, Alpha Protocol has the potential to bring a whole new level of grit and realism while pioneering a brand new genre, the espionage RPG.

Above: A picture of the AP boxart, much too big for this article

Above: The SpyCam watch. Perfect for spying. Just make sure you use it legally

To stand a chance of winning, you'll need to find five phrases that have been hidden in each of our special in-depth Alpha Protocol features being posted in the coming week.

They are:

Today 30 April: The art of Smooth Talking
Monday 3 May: Combat and Weapons
Tuesday 4 May: Gadgets and Gizmos
Wednesday 5 May: Stealth
Thursday 6 May: The Femme Fatales

The phrases relate to spy paraphernalia and are written in white text and will be hidden somewhere in the article - yes, in order to find them you'll have to get highlighting. For an example of how to do this, highlight the space below this text.
Durr, like I didn't already know how to do that...
Once you've found all five hidden phrases you can enter in one of the below methods:

- Via email, subject line Alpha Protocol Competition.
- DM us on Twitter. the hash tag: #APComp

The five winners will be chosen at random from all the correct answers received.

By entering this competition you are agreeing to the followingterms and conditions.

April 30, 2010

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