12 Days of Joyswag: Battlefield 3 superkit - the game, controller, vault, wall graphics

Another year, another 12 days of holiday giveaways! Between now and Christmas Day, we're doing the one thing that makes us feel truly alive: giving. Specifically, we're giving you fine folks some of the swag we've managed to collect in our cluttered home offices. And the good will and merriment doesn't stop here! Don't forget to follow us on Twitter and Facebook for even more chances to win!

So you're pumped about Battlefield 3 ... but you don't actually have it yet. We understand there may not be many of you out there, but if you fit that description, we've got the giveaway for you.

One lucky winner will get Battlefield 3 on either Xbox 360, PS3 or PC, along with a BF3-themed Razer Onza gamepad for Xbox 360 and a Calibur 11 "vault" for your Xbox 360 Slim. Oh, and some Battlefield 3 wall graphics from Walls360.com. It's enough Battlefield 3 stuff to let your friends know you're serious about the game, and to warn members of the opposite sex that you're not ready for committal. Find rules on entry, and pictures of the swag, after the break.






To enter this giveaway:
  1. Leave a comment telling us how much you hate the Battlefield 3 / Modern Warfare 3 fanboy wars.
  2. You must be 18 years or older and a resident of the U.S. or Canada (excluding Quebec).
  3. Limit 1 entry per person per day.
  4. This entry period ends at 9:00PM ET on Saturday, December 17.
  5. At that time, we'll randomly select two winners to receive Battlefield 3 on Xbox 360 or PS3 ($60), a Battlefield 3-themed Razer Onza controller ($60), a Battlefield 3-themed Calibur 11 "vault" ($90), and Battlefield 3 wall graphics ($100). Total ARV $310
  6. For a list of complete rules, click here.

What is Joyswag? Since we don't keep the games and merchandise we receive for review or promotional purposes, it becomes "Joyswag," which is passed along to our readers. Please note that Joyswag may be in "used" condition.

For more info on our policy, click here.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.