It’s that time of year again gamers. The summer drought comes to an end, big releases start flying at you left and right and you’ve only got a few more months to wait until the next generation of gaming rolls around the corner. In light of this, we’ve got a few console games that we need to get into the hands of you gamers before they’re forgotten and to do this, we’ll be running a user review contest for the next two weeks.

Your review can be about any game you wish to review, any length, any style and any scoring rubric you’d like to use. The quality of your review is up to you, length doesn’t always matter. We’re looking for the top reviews to give out the following prizes.

PS3

God of War: Ascension

Remember Me

Xbox 360

Dead Island: Riptide

Call of Juarez: Gunslinger

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons

PC

The Witcher 2

Nascar 2013

Call of Juarez: Gunslinger

and more..

 

To write the review you’ll need an account on the forums. Our blogging software no longer works and we’ll have to use some funds in the later months to reopen them once we do some fundraising. However, at the link, we have a forum specifically for user reviews. Your review will be posted there. You have two weeks, get reviewing.

 

DISCLAIMER: We need a minimum of 10 reviews for the prizes to go out, so share this contest with your friends on Facebook and Twitter. Help us build the forums community you want to take part in. Not all of the prizes will go out either, what’s listed above is what’s available to win. The winners we choose will have a selection of the prize they wish to take.

RULES:

Must have an account on the forums, required to post the review.

One picture per 3 paragraphs in your reviews.

We will check for plagiarism so don’t do it.

Reviews can come from a previous blog, but no websites.

HAVE FUN AND HAPPY REVIEWING!

Nick Calandra
OnlySP founder and former site owner.

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4 Comments

  1. What games are the reviews supposed to be for?

    1. Whatever you feel like reviewing :)

    2. “Your review can be about any game you wish to review, any length, any
      style and any scoring rubric you’d like to use. The quality of your
      review is up to you, length doesn’t always matter. “

      1. Lol…reading comprehension…

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