Massively's Massive Giveaways: Win a GeForce 8800 PCI-E video card! [Updated]

So here we are, two weeks in from our official launch of Massively. You've had a chance to peruse our news, views, guides, and more. On the back end, we've been putting our staff through their paces, and we're glad to say that they've come out with flying colors. But today what we want to focus on, dear readers, is you. Each and every person has a different gaming love, homes that span from the Amarr Empire in EVE to the soggy swamps of Zangarmarsh in World of Warcraft. All of these virtual worlds are important to us because they're important to you. As such, we're spending today thanking you for bringing us into your online lives, and letting us share in your worlds.

For today's first giveaway, we are offering a monster video card for all your virtual world needs. That's right, one lucky person will walk away with an EVGI 8800 GeForce 320Mb PCI-E SLI-compatible video card. This card features a PCI Express x16 interface, 320 MB of RAM, and dual RAMDACs running at 400 MHz for faster refresh rates even at high resolutions. We haven't heard of a game out currently that this card doesn't scream through. And you could be the lucky winner if you're 18+, a U.S. resident, and otherwise acceptable under the official rules. Comments must be left by no later than 12:00 PM Midnight Eastern U.S. time on 11/19/07 to be eligible. You may enter once per day between now and then as well, so be sure to come back every day!

While all you need to do to be entered is to leave a quick comment below, we'd greatly appreciate your thoughts on the games we've been covering. Do you like the level of coverage your favorite game is getting? Are we missing some games that you think are fantastic? If you'd let us know, we'd greatly appreciate it. Thanks!

[EDIT] - We have decided to extend the contest unti 11:59 PM Eastern tonight (11/19) -- so get your comments in!

[EDIT, THE SECOND] - This contest is closed. We will be announcing a winner shortly. Thanks!
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