This prizepack will instantly give you one stunning home theatre set-up, complete with a Pioneer receiver and Wharfedale speakers.
For one lucky reader, weâ€™ve got the following up for grabs:
- PS3 Slim
- Assassinsâ€™ Creed 2
- Pioneer VSX519K Receiver
110 Watts RMS x 5 @ 0.05% THD
HDMI Repeater (Audio & Video) (2 in/1 out)
Dolby Digital / PLII / DTS 96/24 Support
Component Video Inputs (2 In / 1 Out)
Front Mini Portable Input (3.5mm)
Audio Inputs (4 In / 1 Out â€“ Includes Tuner)
Audio/Video Inputs (3 In / 1 Out)
Digital Inputs (3-1 Coaxial / 2 Optical)
BD Ready 5.1ch with Sub pre-out
- Wharfedale Vardus Speaker Pack
2x 150W Front Floor Stand Speakers
2x 100W Bookshelf Speakers
1x 100W Centre Speaker
1x 150W 10â€ť Powered Subwoofer
Plus, there are eight runner-up prizes of:
- 1x Assassinâ€™s Creed 2 (on PS3)
All of this to celebrate the launch of Assassinâ€™s Creed 2 on 20th November! Didnâ€™t we tell you it was an awesome competition?
About Assassinâ€™s Creed 2:
If you played the first installment, you'll remember Desmond, whose ancestor you played during the bulk of the first game. Another of Dessie's forefathers is Ezio Auditore di Fireze, a Florence nobleman and hardcore cut-throat, and it's his destiny to which you're bound in the sequel. Assassin's Creed 2 is, of course, promised to be meatier and more complex on the narrative front, but what we're all about right now is giving you a heads up on how it all looked on screen.
Let's start with: spectacular. As Ezio goes after Carlo Grimaldi, we were able to see that Assassin's Creed 2 has been improved on a number of fronts. A haystack, which somehow offered the protection of a Potter-esque invisibility cloak in the first game, is now not such a sure bet. While you can still hide out in them when the guards get on your tail, they'll actually think to search them this time around. Luckily, Ezio is able to kill as stealthily from within the depths of a livestock lunch as he is out of the shadows.
Ezio happens to know a certain inventor going by the name of Leonardo da Vinci, whose inventions include a flying machine that will stay aloft on the thermals of handily lit fires. This looked to be a particularly dynamic aspect of the gameplay and, alone, ought to silence some of those with concerns about repetition in the first game.
For more, read our full eyes-on preview.
How to Win:
Thereâ€™s no point asking, of course you want to win! And as long as you can remember your name and email, thereâ€™s no reason not to enter!
Simply fill in your details in the box below, hit the submit button, and youâ€™re in the draw!
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