Replica Bionic Arm, $20K in Home Electronics Up for Grabs in GameStop’s Deus Ex Sweepstakes


Square Enix is working with GameStop to offer one luxurious prize package in promotion of Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

PowerUp Rewards card holders who pre-order a PC, PS3 or Xbox 360 copy of the role-playing FPS will receive automatic entry into the ‘Deus Ex: Augment Your Room Sweepstakes’, with the grand prize being a replica statue of Adam Jensen’s augmented bionic arm (valued at $1,000) and roughly $20,000 worth of high-end home electronics, including a 3D TV; a home entertainment system; surround sound equipment; a motorized TV mount; home theater seating for four people; all three current gaming consoles with their respective motion control kits (PS3 with Move, Wii, and Xbox 360 with Kinect); a home theater remote control; a $500 GameStop gift card; and all the necessary installation accessories.

Entering is as simple as pre-ordering the game at your nearest GameStop store and picking up your order any time between the game’s launch on August 23rd and the sweepstakes deadline of August 30th. But don’t feel left out if you have no intention of buying the game (or buying it from GameStop). You can also snail mail a note containing your general contact info as a form of entry, no purchase required. I’d say the cost of a stamp is worth it for a shot at such an amazing prize.

Consult the official rules here for all the particulars.

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