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Old 03-04-10, 01:00 PM   #1
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Post NVIDIA History of Gaming Challenge (Challenge #5)

UPDATED: 3/3/10

Congratulations @Andres0017 for winning Challenge #4! @Andres0017 is the lucky winner of an NVIDIA branded SilverStone case.

Challenge #5: Enter to win a $250 Newegg gift card!
This week is a little tricky. First, figure out who was the first person to both create a game series, AND go on to write and direct the corresponding movie. Figured it out? Great, but you're not outta the woods yet!

To enter this week's contest you need to tweet an image of the famous model who shares his last name. Responding here with a comment will not count!

As always, include the hashtag #nvidiaHOG with your answer. Remember to read the instructions carefully...we will only accept answers on Twitter. Comments on this blog post won't count.

Keep reading after the break for full rules and contest details.

Excitement over GTX 480 and GTX 470, our upcoming next-gen GPUs, has been building over the past couple of months as eager gamers and hardware enthusiasts get ready to read initial reviews and see early benchmarks of the cards. Here at NVIDIA, we know that the next generation GeForce graphics cards will mark a milestone in the history of gaming. So we've decided to celebrate that with a look back at some of the biggest gaming evolutions through our History of Gaming Challenge. We're giving you a chance to brush up on your gaming trivia and win exciting prizes like some of the best games, graphics cards, and 3D Vision kits!

Here's how it will work. We'll post a new challenge here every Wednesday. Don't worry about checking this post every minute though- we'll also notify you on Twitter when the newest challenge has been posted. Now-to have a shot at winning, you need to follow a couple simple rules:
  1. Follow NVIDIAGeForce on twitter
  2. Be one of the first 100 people to tweet an answer
  3. Answer correctly, including#nvidiaHOG in your tweet
  4. Photo editing is allowed, but you may not use photo editing on another entrant's answer. That will result in disqualification
  5. Be 13 or older and a resident of the US or Canada. Full terms and conditions Here.



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