We’re Giving Away Two Copies Of Ar Tonelico Qoga, An Aya Dissidia 012 Costume


Our Gods Eater Burst contest ends today (we’ll start wading through the sea of entries soon), so we can officially kick off two more! The first one’s been running on Twitter for a while already, but we can announce it on the site now, too.


The contest is for two copies of Ar Tonelico Qoga, courtesy of NIS America. What you have to do is follow our Twitter feed and RT that tweet, using the hashtag #oursongtothepeople. This will enter you into a drawing to win a copy of the game. Since we have two copies, we’ll pick two winners.


The second contest isn’t quite as grand, but it is rare (at least for the time being), and we’ll give it away early.


We have a DLC code for Lightning’s Aya Brea costume in Dissidia 012[duodecim]: Final Fantasy, which you can only otherwise acquire by buying a copy of The 3rd Birthday. For this one, follow our Twitter feed and RT this tweet using the hashtag #parasitelightning.


We’ll pick a random winner and DM them the costume code on Saturday. Remember, for both contests, make sure to follow our Twitter feed or we won’t be able to DM you if you win!


Contest Rules:

1. As long as you have a North American copy of Dissidia 012[duodecim] and a US PlayStaiton Network account you can redeem the PSN code. The Ar tonelico Qoga contest is only open to America/Canada/Mexico/UK/European residents.

2. The Ar Tonelico Qoga contest will run until midnight on Tuesday (PDT). Get your RTs done and over with by then!

3. The Dissidia 012 costume code contest will run until midnight on Friday (March 25th). We’ll announce the winner and DM them their code via Twitter on Saturday.

4. Again, make sure to follow the feed or we won’t be able to message you in the event that you win either of the two contests.

5. You can RT more than once if you like, but make sure only to RT once a day, and no more.

Ishaan Sahdev
Ishaan specializes in game design/sales analysis. He's the former managing editor of Siliconera and wrote the book "The Legend of Zelda - A Complete Development History". He also used to moonlight as a professional manga editor. These days, his day job has nothing to do with games, but the two inform each other nonetheless.