Win an Xbox 360
An Xbox 360 and the brand new X-Men Origins: Wolverine video game are up for grabs
Friday 22 May 2009
At one point or another, most of us have dreamed about becoming a superhero with a hidden power - so we could help save the world from domination, keep the streets clear from villains or rescue a damsel in distress. Sadly however, as we grow up, we realise that the likelihood of acquiring the skills to fly, unleash hidden claws and walk up the sides of sky scrapers is highly unlikely. However, does that really mean we can't pretend?
X-Men Origins: Wolverine is an epic action-adventure featuring a true-to-character Wolverine that takes gamers through and beyond the movie's storyline. Set in a variety of vivid real-world locales, the title challenges players to hone their animal instinct as they uncover hidden dangers, hunt and destroy enemies, and take on seemingly insurmountable situations while discovering the truth about Wolverine’s tragic past. Your superhero prowess will be tried and tested as the future X-Man enacts lightning-quick combat, evasive manoeuvres, in-depth combo attacks, and an array of brutal finishing moves...
To give you the opportunity to live your superhero dream, Activision are offering you the chance to win an Xbox 360 and a copy of the brand new Wolverine video game to combat the trials and tribulations to become the ultimate X-Men warrior! To win just answer this simple question:
Which comic book series is the character Wolverine from?
The closing date is 12 June.
For more information visit www.activision.co.uk .
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