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UK: Win The Crackdown 2 Demo Early

Microsoft have announced that if you live in the United Kingdom, you can be eligible to win early access to the Crackdown 2 Demo. The rules are quite simple - live in the UK and make sure you have access to twitter, complete the required task as set out below and hope for the best.

How to Enter:

The Crackdown 2 Agency Dispatch Twitter feed is giving away free early access demo codes! To be in with a chance to win, @reply on Twitter ( to the CD2Dispatch_UK Twitter account with a reason why you should be accepted for Agency Training by gaining early access to the Crackdown 2 demo. Your message must also include the tag #CD2demo. Winners will be picked at random.

So to clarify, follow the @CD2Dispatch_UK Twitter account, hit reply to any of their tweets with a brief reason to why you want early access, tag it #CD2Demo to qualify, then sit and wait to find out if you will receive an early access code that will allow you download the demo from Xbox LIVE.

The competition is open from today, 18th June 2010 and will run until 12:00 BST on 19th June 2010. The Crackdown 2 Demo will be available for all Gold Xbox LIVE Subscribers on 21st June 2010.

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Comment by Swedish Pete on 2010-06-19 05:20:22 | Reply

“Only in the UK” - I get so sick of the whole “devide-EU” or “ignore-EU” that Microsoft is constantly pulling. No Netflix, no 1 vs 100, no, no ESPN (when it’ll come, anyway), no Major’s Minute and so on!

Pay for everything, get half - no one would accept that if some local merchant was trying to pull that off, yet with Microsoft it’s perfectly natural - “sorry, it’s all about liceneses and our legal department is so tiny and poor that it hasn’t been successful to recognize the EU on the map since it first opened”.

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