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Submitted by Lelldorianx 1761d ago | news

Vanquish Summer Boredom Contest

GN writes, "Drawn-out summer days have been interfering with midnight gaming for decades, with little protecting gamers from inevitably venturing into the light. Do not drift into that light! It is said that many never return the same (if they return at all). However, you have naught to fear, for Gamers Nexus brings you reason to stay within the confines of your castle, where the steady hum of your rig is ever-present. Actually, we brought you fourteen reasons in eight flavors.

Thanks to the support and generosity of our favorite small game developers, we have an inbox full of redemption codes ready to be dished out to rightful owners and pwners alike. Check out the list below to see what's available in our contest, and more importantly, how to win!" (Alien Breed Impact, Bob Came in Pieces, Din's Curse, Mount & Blade: Warband, PC, Torchlight, Trine, Vizati, Zombie Driver)

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