Not sure what to get your gaming buddies for the Holidays and want to go the cheap but thoughtful route? Spread some cheer (or horror if you go for a Krampus theme) and create your very own Season’s Greetings card for a chance to win two Raptr plushies and two Logitech F710 wireless gamepads (ideally one for you and one as a gift, but don’t worry, we won’t tell if you keep both)!
Submit your greeting card entries on our contest page here — the contest ends January 4!
Fa la la la la, la FUS RO DAH!
Spread holiday cheer in your most sing-songy of voices and pen a classic holiday tune that will make everyone rock around the Christmas tree (like Dragonpwnsz’s cheery tune above). Enter for a chance to win one of two Raptr gaming bundles with tons of video games and gaming-related swag and/or a Raptr plushie!
More details as to how you can win can be found at the contest post here.
Get your entries in soon — the contest ends December 27!
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The NSA is spying on your online gaming by manasteel
Have you ever played World of Warcraft, Second Life, or anything on Xbox Live? If so, the National Security Agency (NSA) knows about it. Do you think that these measures are a little too invasive, or do you think the NSA has a right to check our online records?
Sony, Microsoft and, EA all worked a “you can’t sue them” clause into their TOS. What are your feeling on this? by LastThingYouSee
Major publishers are placing new clauses into their terms of service to protect themselves from any sort of lawsuits. Are these addendums just, or are gamers’ freedoms being taken away?
If Fallout 4 is coming; I think it should be single-player only by SnipzHTL_
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Couples that game together stay together. Here’s my wife and I questing around! by Xtrick
A touching tale just in time for Christmas, Xtrick met his wife in World of Warcraft and is happily questing with her to this day. It’s as they say: couples who quest together, stay together.