We didn't manage to ship any T-shirts or other goodies to the organizers of the TR BBQ in time for the event this year, but we have do a nice after-prize: each household represented at the BBQ will receive a free copy of Metro 2033, courtesy of MSI. Just send a PM to Inkling in the forums to claim your copy, and he'll get you a download key.
This is a part of our rolling series of giveaways, so if you didn't attend this year's BBQ, do not despair. We'll have more chances to win copies of Metro 2033—along with some sweet MSI hardware—coming up very soon. Stay tuned.
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|4. danny e. - $303||5. punkUser - $302||6. Ryszard - $301|
|7. End User - $261||8. Ryu Connor - $250||9. CheetoPet - $250|
|10. dashbarron - $222|
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