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Pizza Hut Tempts Gamers With a $10,000 Gaming Setup 83

Posted by ScuttleMonkey
from the lead-me-not-into-temptation dept.
Now when you are trying to decide which late-night temple of crusty dough and burnt cheese gets your dinner vote, there may be an extra moment's pause for Pizza Hut. Along with a free 30-day GameFly membership, you also have the chance to win the gaming setup of a decade. Including a Wii, Xbox 360, PS3, and a 60-inch plasma TV, this package would be sure to make any gamer's heart skip a beat. Unfortunately, it also means you have to break that typical gamer diet of soy and bean curd, good luck.
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Pizza Hut Tempts Gamers With a $10,000 Gaming Setup

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  • Re:Thanks (Score:4, Interesting)

    by CrazyJim1 (809850) on Thursday June 05, 2008 @07:57PM (#23676455) Journal
    I liked the old bottle caps that told you if you won on the spot. These new games make you enter personal information on a website before they even tell you if you won. To me it seems less of a game and more of an experiment of who is willing to be advertised more to for being paid about a nickel on average. It is more than a waste of time.

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