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To celebrate the new year our first competition gives you the chance to become a video games journalist and recieve one game a month to review for a year.

To enter you need to write a review about your favourite video game. Use this review as a template and ensure you include plenty of stories and anecdotes about what happens when you play and who you play with.

Email your choice, with "Xbox 360 Comp" as the subject, along with your Name, Age and Address to paulgovan@gamepeople.co.uk.

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Email us as soon as you can hear the song with "Xbox 360 Comp Tie Breaker" as the subject, along with your Name, Age and Address to paulgovan@gamepeople.co.uk.

Winners: First Prize: Robert Crossley. Second Prize: Kirk Eastment and Lesley Davis. Runners Up: Robert Mawson, Florin Ovidiu Oprea, Peter Williams, Pauline Whittle, Georgie Hales, Emma Weaver and E Charles.

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