Capcom’s Giving Away a Game a Day Through End of 2013

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Celebrating the company’s grand 30th anniversary, Capcom, via community site Capcom-Unity, this week launches “the biggest prize giveaway to date.” How big is the biggest? Well, they’re going to be raffling off a free game every single weekday between now and the end of 2013. That be a lot of games!

Entering is actually pretty simple, as long as you’re an active Capcom-Unity member that is. By commenting, blogging, chatting in the forums, sending in news tips and joining game groups, you earn Unity Points. You’ll then need to use those points to buy a raffle ticket for each giveaway. You’re only eligible to win one giveaway per week, though, so it will probably be best to save up your points for a particular prize rather than blow points on as many raffles as you can enter.

The C30 promotion kicked off yesterday with a Dragon’s Dogma PS3 giveaway and enters its second day with a free copy of Street Fighter X Tekken (also PS3). Both raffles thus far have cost 300 Unity Points per ticket, however the cost will change depending on the rarity/value of the prize. Something like Resident Evil 6 Anthology is probably going to cost a whole lot more to enter, I’m sure.

From the looks of it, Capcom’s got a great stash of games to hand out, including the expected array of current-gen Resident Evil, Devil May Cry and Street Fighter titles. Capcom will also be digging back into its vault to offer up sealed copies of some older titles like Mega Man Star Force 3 and Power Stone Collection.

Be sure to keep daily tabs on Capcom-Unity to see what new goodies they’ll be giving away next!

Image Credit: Capcom-Unity

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