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SOE Announces Field Commander Contest Winners
Lucky winners receive a $500 gift card and PSP games to play with those back home.
By Jared Black 05/19/2006 15:17:51 PST

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Sony Online Entertainment announced today the winners of its "Serving Gamers Stationed Aboard" promotion.  Open to members of the Armed Forces, entrants submitted a short essay nominating themselves or or someone else detailing the nominee's gaming habits, and how serving abroad makes it harder for the nominee to maintain their gaming habits.  And the winners are...

  • MSGT David Langdon, stationed in Iraq, nominated by Shannon Langdon on behalf of her husband
  • SGT Eric Frock, Task Force Pacific Vigilance
  • Major Julian Bond, Company Commander for the 756th Transportation Company, "Road Dawgs" in Iraq
  • David Nicholson, Communications Squadron at Osan Air Base, the Republic of Korea, nominated by Christina Nicholson on behalf of her brother
  • David J. Colon, TSGT, USAF, Forward deployed, Baghdad, Iraq, nominated by Chris Iorio on behalf of his son

Each winner received a prize package including a $500 SonyStyle gift card, 2 retail versions (so those serving abroad can play online with their loved ones back home) of PSP games including Field Commander, Untold Legends Brotherhood of the Blade, Untold Legends The Warrior's Code, GripShift, and Frantix, and two Field Commander t-shirts.  Winning essays can be viewed at: www.fieldcommandergame.com/promo.

We here at VGGEN would like to congratulate these winners, and wish all of the soldiers protecting our freedoms abroad the best.  Look for our full review of Field Commander soon.

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