HAWX competition winners announced

Written by Joe Martin

March 19, 2009 | 11:09

Tags: #competition #winners

Companies: #bit-tech #ubisoft

It's time for congratulations to the lucky and commiserations to the rest of you - the Tom Clancy's HAWX competition we've been hosting in conjunction with Ubisoft, Thrustmaster, Sapphire and ATi has finally drawn to a close.

We put one simple question to you and in return we offered the chance for one lucky reader to bag themselves a new Sapphie HD 4850 512MB graphics card, a Thrustmaster T.Flight Hotas X flightstick, a MicroFighter remote controlled plane and a copy of Tom Clancy's HAWX. A runner-up would nab themselves the same graphics card and a copy of the game.

The question we asked was; in Tom Clancy's HAWX, what does ERS stand for. The answer, as everyone who had read our hands-on preview with Tom Clancy's HAWX would know, was Enhanced Reality System.

A lot of you entered the competition and a lot of you got the answer right, but in the end we could only select two winners - namely David Parker, Newcastle Upon Tyne in first place and Tim White, Twickenham as the runner-up. Congratulations to both!

The rest of you meanwhile will have to buy the game yourselves unfortunately, though our Tom Clancy's HAWX PC review has gone up today if you want to know a little more about the game.

Pass on your congratulations to the winners in the forums.
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