[Updated] Twelve Days Of Atlus Giveaway Kicks Off Today


Atlus USA’s post-holiday “Twelve Days Of Atlus” Giveaway kicks off today, and trust me, this is one giveaway you do not want to miss. Entering is easy: all’s you have to do is register to become an Atlus Faithful by 11:59 p.m. PST on January 15th and you’ll be all set for the random drawing. And don’t worry existing Atlus Faithful, you are already eligible to win and do not need to register again.

After the January 15th deadline, Atlus will randomly select twelve Faithful to win one of the most incredible prize packages I’ve seen offered in a gaming giveaway. Hit the jump if you don’t believe me!

[Update] Whoops! Must have read the PR email I received on this one wrong. Apparently the prize package isn’t everything listed below, but rather a random selection of some (not all) of the listed items. 12 prize packages will be given away and each one will be different.

Twelve Days Of Atlus Prize Package:
# Atlus Online Neo Steam: The Shattered Continent t-shirt
# Class of Heroes™ for PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) System
# Crimson Gem Saga™ for PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) System
# Demon’s Souls™ art book with soundtrack CD
# Demon’s Souls™ autographed poster
# Demon’s Souls™ for PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system
# Eternal Poison™ art book
# Knights in the Nightmare™ art book
# Luminous Arc™ art book
# Luminous Arc™ card holder
# Rule of Rose™ soundtrack CD
# Shin Megami Tensei®: Persona 4™ Japanese art book
# Shin Megami Tensei®: Persona 4™ side B soundtrack CD
# Shin Megami Tensei®: Persona 4™ art book
# Shin Megami Tensei®: Persona 4™ t-shirt
# Touch Detective™ mug
# Trauma Team™ sticker
# Upcoming games including Shin Megami Tensei®: Strange Journey™ for Nintendo DS™ and Shiren the Wanderer™ for Wii™

The Twelve Days of Atlus Holiday Giveaway [Atlus.com]

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