We’ve got 1,000 MAG beta keys – want one? [Update]

By Patrick Garratt, Monday, 23 November 2009 17:22 GMT

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Update: It looks as those these codes are Euro-only. We’re getting a bunch back not working from American readers. Don’t try to get one if you’re outside Europe.

Update 2: The text below’s been updated. We’ll just leave this page open until they’re all gone. Just keep tweeting @patlike.

SCEE just sent us 1,000 MAG beta keys. Hilariously, we’ve got to distribute them ourselves. Here’s how you get one:

  • Comment on this story. Please try to be witty, or something. Or say something along the lines of, “I love buying games. I spend all my money on games.” We’re supposed to be attractive to advertisers.
  • Follow all of the following on Twitter: @patlike, @vg247, @stephnunneley, @JohnnyCullen and @vahn16.
  • Tweet the following ONCE: @patlike Give me a #magbeta key!
  • NOTE: You MUST follow @patlike to receive the code.
  • Spam me and you get nothing. Worse: you get less than nothing.
  • We’ll keep doing this until they’re all gone. Just keep tweeting @patlike and we’ll keep sending out codes.

The beta’s now been extended to December 4. Good luck!

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