Are you a student of the game? Or maybe you are curious to find out if there's better, faster, or plain different way to finish one of your favorite games? Or, is there that one game that got you so frustrated and demoralized, you cursed it, threw it in the corner never to reach its full potential? (not like I've ever done that before. no, not me. ...okay so maybe once... or twice). Hail Prima Games and their truly great library of strategy guides. Whether you play on console or PC, they've got you covered. And for the next three weeks, they are giving away 5 strategy guides EVERY WEEK. Each lucky winner get to pick a book of his/her choice and get more immersed in the game than ever before. All you need to do is click on this link [sorry, you're late] and hit the entry button. You may enter once daily to improve your chances.

In short:

Weekly drawings on 3/15, 3/22, and 3/29.
Each week, we pick 5 lucky winners.
Each winner gets a physical book* or eBook of his/her choice.
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physical copies are limited to availability.
For complete sweepstakes rules, click on the link on the entry page.

About Prima Games
Prima Games, is the world’s leading publisher of strategy content for PC and console video games. Prima Games understands what gamers
both casual and hardcorewant and need from strategy guides. Every guide features in-depth content, detailed screen captures, quick-reference tips, and professional strategy. Prima Games is also a leader in the digital strategy realm, offering interactive maps, streaming video, searchable online guides and apps, and a full website at primagames.com.

For 25 years, they’ve been helping gamers not just complete their games, but completely conquer them. Through these years they have evolved with the gaming world, from the very first print guides published for the NES, to their most recent online guides with interactive maps and streaming videos. For more information, check out our feature story in the magazine or online, or go check them out at PrimaGames.com

Cover art inspired by the art work of Richard Emmeran. If you like my interpretation, check him out here.