WIN A FREE PLAYSTATION 4 + GAME [Details Here] via @DevolverDigital + @AgentTinsley


In celebration of the upcoming sequel to Hotline Miami (our review here), which will be made available for the PlayStation 4 when it launches, Devolver Digital has decided to give away a PlayStation 4 as well as a free copy of Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number.

As you are most likely well aware PS4 is a very hard console to track down right now after becoming the fastest selling gaming hardware of all time (and on track to become the best selling next-generation launch ever). People are paying upwards of a grand for these bad boys online and Sony recently sold thousands of them in under 30 minutes the second they were listed on Amazon.

This is a genuine chance to win the next-gen console that does it all, and even a free copy of the sequel to a pretty sweet game that I still play to this day on PS3. Video entries to the contest must be tweeted to the publisher following the rules below if you want to be eligible. Good luck to all who enter!

Excerpt from the Official Press Release Below:

“1. Only entries from the United States are eligible to win. Sorry, this is the only way we can appease the monsters we keep chained up in the legal department.

2. Keep the video entrees under 30 seconds and on YouTube only, telling Devolver Digital and Fork Parker why they deserve to win. That’s like half a minute, so make it count!

3. Entrants must submit their link in a tweet to @DevolverDigital and follow @DevolverDigital to be eligible to win. One entry per Twitter/YouTube user.

4. Winner will be notified via Twitter direct message so if you don’t follow @DevolverDigital and you win, you actually lose. People will call you a loser.

5. If you don’t win, you should still totally buy a PlayStation 4. They’re slick.”

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