Win: A PS VITA Plus 2 Games

To celebrate the launch of the console, and Tecmo Koei's Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus & Dynasty Warriors Next, we have a PS Vita to give away.

Thanks to Tecmo Koei, we are offering one lucky reader the chance to win a brand new Sony PS Vita handheld console, along with a copy of their two Vita titles Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus and Dynasty Warriors Next. The Vita, Sony's next generation, touch-screen handheld console has already sold over 1.4 million units, and combines some seriously impressive new technology - not least the touch-screen and rear touch-pad, which fundamentally change the way games are played. Developed by Tecmo€™s Team Ninja, the critically acclaimed Ninja Gaiden series has been lauded as one of the most intense and exciting action video games ever created. The previous Ninja Gaiden on Xbox achieved an average review score of 92% (taken from over 100 individual reviews), with Ninja Gaiden Black, also on Xbox, achieving 94% (source: Gamerankings.com). Ninja Gaiden Sigma will be the first next-generation game in the series, following the adventures of Ryu Hayabusa, the original Ninja. The best-selling Dynasty Warriors Tactical Action series lets you step into the shoes of the greatest generals in Ancient China and enjoy the thrill of taking down thousands of enemies, becoming the greatest hero in Chinese history. This brand new addition allows players to use PS VITA€™s breakthrough touch pad, rear touch pad and motion sensor for intuitive controls to fight their battles, as well as connect with others and enjoy an epic experience. You can watch the trailers for both games below... http://youtu.be/X9pqAKX-Ybg http://youtu.be/NT5kKPw16WQ To be in with a chance of winning simply fill in the following answer form... The closing date for entries is 20th April. Unfortunately, the competition is open to UK residents only. The winner will be notified in the week beginning 20th April.
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