Have Twitter and Love Dragon Quest? Then Nintendo Has a Contest for You

The contest is for video game fans eagerly awaiting the Feb. 14 launch of the DRAGON QUEST VI: Realms of Revelation video game for the Nintendo DS and will have a fun way to count down to the game’s release. Today, Nintendo of America will kick off a trivia contest via its official “@NintendoAmerica” Twitter handle. A series of trivia questions about the game – each one trickier than the last – will be posted  throughout the week, inviting fans and followers to submit the correct answer.

There are 3 round ones that is currently going on and ending at 10am Feb, 1st, so enter that one now, and 2 more on Feb, 3rd and 4th.

Prize include:

  • Round 1 Prizes: One Hundred (100) Round 1 winners will each receive one Dragon Quest® VI: Realms of Revelation t-shirt.  Approximate retail value (“ARV”): $10 per shirt.
  • Round 2 Prizes: Four (4) Round 2 winners will each receive one copy of the Dragon Quest® VI: Realms of Revelation video game.  ARV: $30 per video game.
  • Round 3 Prize: One (1) Round 3 winner will receive the following trip package for winner and winner’s guest: two round trip airplane tickets from the major airport closest to the Round 3 winner’s address in the continental U.S. (determined in Sponsor’s sole discretion) to a San Francisco, California area airport; two night’s accommodations at a hotel in the San Francisco area (double occupancy room); a meeting with Mr. Yuji Horii; and the first spot in line at Mr. Horii’s autograph signing event on February 12, 2011 (the “Trip”).  ARV: $3,000.

So check out the rules and all the info you need on how to enter at: http://dragonquest6.nintendo.com/contest/

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Growing up Chris watched a lot of the original Saturday morning cartoons and developed a love for arts and animation. Growing up he tried his hand at animation and eventually script writing, but even more his love of video games, anime and technology grew.