Guardians of Middle Earth Contest – Win a FREE Copy

UPDATE: Contest has ended.

Guardians of Middle Earth released on the PlayStation Network today. The game is a Multiplayer Online Battle Arena-style game (MOBA) similar to games like Defense of the Ancients (DotA) and League of Legends (LoL.) Set in Middle Earth from the Lord of the Rings lore, you choose a guardian to take into battle and fight against and with other players with up to 10-players in matches at once in five versus five competitive multiplayer battles. Check out the launch trailer down below.

There are over 20 different characters to choose from and this game marks the debut of the MOBA genre on consoles and can be downloaded from the PSN for $14.99 as well as the Season Pass for an addition $14.99 which will included new characters, map skins and a brand new gameplay mode.

Which brings us to the point of this article: We currently have a contest running on our Facebook page where we will be giving away one free copy of the game on PSN (including the Season Pass.) All you have to do is “Like” our Facebook here and comment on the post right here, with who your favorite guardian in the game is along with a reason why. That’s it! A winner will be chosen and provided the download code via email or Facebook message.

Go comment on the post and try and win yourself a copy! Keep an eye out on the site as well for our review coming in due time.

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David Jagneaux

I am The Dean (Editor-in-Chief) of PlayStation University. As a lifelong lover of both playing games and communicating, I knew that gaming journalism was the perfect fit. Over the years I have honed these skills in order to distinguish myself as an ambitious and creative writer passionate about gaming and the games industry.

Readers Comments (2)

  1. Hello David, after playing the trial of this awesome game, and comparing the different guardians of which i used, I would say my favorite guardian is Legolas because of his strong basic damage, great maneuverability, greater range of attack, and because he is one of the coolest characters of the LOTR lore.

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