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Playdate: Giving away Snake's watch with 'Metal Gear Online'

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Metal Gear Online hasn't even been active a week and yet and it's dealing with some pretty serious issues. First there's the whole real-money for in-game insurance thing, and as Eurogamer reports, there's a load of balancing and server issues too. But, who needs a game when you could have bitchin' watch modeled after the one Big Boss/Venom Snake/Who Even Knows wears in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain? While you're enjoying today's broadcast you have the distinct chance to win just that: a Seiko watch that's subtle enough to not trigger any alarms, but those in the know will give a hearty smile if they spot it.

Winner: Congratulations to Alex B. of Glendale, CA!

Tune in starting at 6pm ET / 3pm PT for your chance to win as myself and Sean Buckley attempt to not (virtually) die repeatedly. Join us here on this post, Twitch.tv/joystiq (if you want to hop into chat) or the Engadget Gaming homepage for two hours of stealth multiplayer mayhem.

Playdate: Giving Snake's Watch Away in 'Metal Gear Solid Online'
[We're streaming Metal Gear Solid Online through OBS at 720p, so rest assured it's going to look far prettier on your TV at home.]
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