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Win a digital copy of Dan Amrich's Critical Path

4:45 PM on 04.18.2012  ·  Jim Sterling@JimSterling

Dan Amrich serves as Activision's loyal community manager, the man who has the unfortunate job of consoling Guitar Hero fans and explaining to me why we've got no new Metal Arms games. He also used to be a game reviewer. His new book, Critical Path, discusses the life of a person who writes about games for a living. By all accounts, it's a great read. 

A number of you will find that out for yourselves, though, because Dan's given me some digital copies of the book to give out. These codes are for iTunes, so you'll be needing some sort of iBook-compatible device. If you're sorted for one of those, you'll want to give this a read. 

I have five codes that need homes, and you need only leave a comment below for a random chance to win. Comment as much as you want, I don't care! Just do it, and do it hard! You've got 24 hours: the last code will be gone at 4:45 PM CDT, April 19.

Oh, and Dan is an awesome guy who is better at drunkenly defending Activision than I am at drunkenly attacking it.


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