Win a Playstation 3 console

13:18 31 May 2012

Win a Playstation 3 console

Win a Playstation 3 console

Archant

The Sony PS3 is the best gaming console out there by far and you could be a lucky winner of this fantastic prize!

The PS3 not only has a massive 60gb Hard Drive, but also comes with an intuitive new controller that uses break through motion sensing technology.

As well as playing all the latest games in HD, you’ll also be able to play music and movies too. Look out for our other prizes like HD ready TV’s for the ultimate gaming experience.

This prize draw closes on Saturday, 30 June 2012 Terms and Conditions

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