The marketing folks over at Atari are in full promotional swing for the new Super Dragon Ball Z for the Sony PlayStation 2, and their fervor is your freebie. One lucky Press The Buttons reader will take home a free copy of the game mailed direct from Atari's marketing department. What more could anyone ask for? This contest is going to take a little work on your part, however.
In case you haven't noticed by now, I like pop culture references. I'm especially fond of using them in blog entry titles. For example, consider an entry from last week, Where EverybodWii Knows Your Name. That article title is a reference to TV's Cheers, the long-running NBC sitcom set in a Boston bar "where everybody knows your name". There are a bunch of similar references in the PTB archives. In order to enter the contest you must pick through the old PTB entries in search of article titles that reference television, movies, songs, and video games.
Make a list of all the references you find along with a brief explanation as to just what the title references and e-mail it to [email protected] before Monday, July 31, 2006. Whomever has the list with the most correct references wins the contest. The usual boilerplate applies: all decisions are final, incorrect references will not be counted, I'm not responsible for lost e-mails, in the event of a tie a random number generator will determine the winner, winner must supply a North American mailing address to Atari in order to receive prize, until death do us part in perpetuity, let us make a journey to the cave of monsters. Good luck!