This year marks the 10-year-anniversary of Grand Theft Auto III,
and Rockstar’s been celebrating the birthday of its watershed game in grand
style. Since GTA III marked its first decade in October, the company’s released
a bunch of great (but expensive!) swag to mark the occasion – and, more
importantly, Rockstar's sent us a bunch of it so we can proudly pass it on to you.
Above: Don't want to read? This video explains all
We’ve got three prize packs to give away, all courtesy of
Rockstar. Third prize is a pack of stickers, a commemorative T-shirt and the
fiercest-looking coffee mug we've ever seen, which features a knuckleduster-styled grip:
Above: Think how
badass you’ll look drinking your coffee out of that thing!
Second prize is the stickers, the shirt and the mug – and an engraved GTA III baseball bat.
Above: Just like the
one Claude uses to bash pedestrians, except this one’s covered in art and comes
with wall-mounting brackets
Win first prize, meanwhile, and you’ll get the stickers, the
shirt, the mug and a limited-edition, 12-inch-tall Claude Speed action figure,
replete with nearly 30 points of articulation, two outfits and a full arsenal
Above: We didn't want to fully unbox Claude, so here's a publicity still courtesy of Rockstar
How can you make one of these
your own? Simple: just leave a comment on this article before 9:00 a.m. Pacific
Time on Friday, Dec. 9, 2011. You can read our official contest rules here. US and
Canada residents only, please. (Our apologies to readers from other countries.)
The winners will be selected
at random and can expect to receive a PM from one of our administrators the
following week. Don’t forget to check your inbox to see if you’ve won!
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