Minecraft came out yesterday for the Xbox 360 and it seems it's going to be a huge success, especially for co-op gamers. One little problem for the game though, it's a pesky 1600 - that's $20 in real money. While that's still cheaper than the full version on the PC, that's a bit more than a lot of people are comfortable paying. Good news! You can get it for free today... here's how.
We've been involved with the Summer of Raptr contest since the beginning, and in doing so, our users can still win exclusive prizes! All Co-Optimus readers have to do is head over to Raptr, follow us, and leave a comment below.
We wanted to remind you folks that the Summer of Raptr contest is still going on and you can still win exclusive prizes from Co-Optimus and Raptr just by heading over to Raptr, following us, and leaving a comment below.
Would those of you who don't like free stuff please raise your hand. What, none of you? Ok then. Lets talk about a kick ass contest for free stuff going on over at Raptr, the site that helps track your gaming habits. Recently we told you about their new feature that gives you custom news feeds into the games you are already playing from awesome sources like Co-Optimus - now just by following special topics you can be entered to win prizes.
I'm personally a big fan of Raptr, the online service that tracks your gameplay habbits and unifies your friends across platforms. I not only use the website but its IM client. So when we were approached by them to be a launch partner for their new website which features gaming news, we were very excited. Today Raptr has launched that site for all the world to see. The idea is simple - provide customized news feeds for gamers based on what you are already playing.
This week is arguably one of the biggest video game releases of the year with Activision and Treyarch's Call of Duty: Black Ops hitting the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC on November 9th. We've been covering the game for ages and have given you every morsel of goodness we could muster from it. We've covered the 6 player combat training co-op mode and we've covered the four player zombie survival mode. We've even covered the mode that Activision apparently doesn't want us to see - the co-op Dead Ops mode. We know you're excited for the game, we know you're going to play the heck out of the game, so why not enter a contest for a chance to win prizes JUST FOR PLAYING THE GAME.
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