People have made a big deal lately about the arcades being dead, at least in North America. Try telling that to New Line Cinema, though. The company has caused quite a stir with its documentary of one man’s quest to set the world’s highest score on Donkey Kong (yes, the original Donkey Kong arcade game). If the spirit of the arcades were truly dead, this documentary wouldn’t have drummed up nearly this much interest, particularly in the North American market, where arcades are supposed to be all but extinct. But interest it has drummed, and giving one copy away of The King of Kong: Fistful of Quarters we are.
To win this free copy of The King of Kong: Fistful of Quarters on DVD, you must simply be 18 years old or older and “>submit an entry. This contest is open to every country worldwide (America, Canada, U.K., Japan, Germany, etc.). You may submit an entry once per day through 11:59pm PST on February 13. When the contest ends we’ll select one lucky winner, send him or her an email for address confirmation, and ship the DVD immediately. And remember, you can enter this free sweepstakes once per day!
Movie summary: In The King of Kong, New Line Home Entertainment takes viewers on a first-hand view of an arcade showdown in which the rivalry rocks the gaming world to its core. Join novice gamer Steve Wiebe on his quest to destroy the top score of gaming legend Billy Mitchell, the uncontested champion of the Donkey Kong world for more than 20 years — and find out which of them can truly claim the title “King of Kong.”