PSA: Tweet Japanator and win Ys I & II Chronicles for PSP

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Destructoid isn’t the only site that runs awesome game-related contests! Our sister site Japanator – the happening place when it comes to Japanese cartoons, comics and other such things, is running a cool contest alongside XSEED games.

We’re giving away free PlayStation Network codes to download Ys I & II Chronicles, Falcom’s PSP remake of the games that started the epic saga of Adol Christin and his many, many adventures.

All you have to do is follow the Twitter accounts of Japanator and XSEED Games, then tweet us the reason why you’re into Ys alongside the hashtag “iLoveYs”. You could love Ys for any number of reasons, such as its frequently awesome soundtrack, Adol’s sexy red hair, or simply the fact that you pronounce the title as “Ees” instead of “Wise”.

The contest runs through today (February 25th) until 1500 PST. Anyone around the globe is free to join, though you’ll have to log into your North American PSN account to redeem the code.

So go! Join up! You’ve nothing to lose and Ys to gain!


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