Win EVE: The Second Decade Collector's Edition!

To celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Eve Online we’re giving two lucky people the chance to win a Second Decade Collector's Edition.

EVE Online is ten years old! As part of the 10th Anniversary for the massively multiplayer game CCP Games has created a special EVE: The Second Decade Collector's Edition and we're giving you the chance to win one of the huge goodie filled boxes worth £124.99 (UK readers only).

As well as the game the EVE: The Second Decade Collector's Edition contains a 190-page hardcover book exploring the game's evolution, a Rifter USB hub modelled on the EVE Online ship, an EVE Symphony CD featuring the Icelandic Symphony Orchestra's live performance of the EVE soundtrack and The Danger Game board game that CCP created to fund the development of EVE Online.

The collector's edition also features codes for exclusive in-game items for EVE Online, the recently updated PS3 free-to-play online shooter Dust 514 and the virtual reality space shooter EVE Valkyrie due out next year.

To be in with a chance of winning, all you have to do is answer this question:

In what year was Eve Online developer CCP Games founded?

A) 1990

B) 1997

C) 2000

Simply send an email with the subject line "Eve Competition" with your answer, name, and address to competitions@gamespot.co.uk before the closing date January 1 2014.

Entrants must over the age of 18 and be based in the UK. Entry to the competition is based on our standard terms and conditions.

While you're waiting to find out if you've won, be sure to check out our updated review of the game.

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ShakyMonkey
ShakyMonkey

Well, I just found out I won this! It arrived this morning, thanks Gamespot! :)

MAGIC-KINECT
MAGIC-KINECT

How can anyone possibly digitally download all that crap?!?!?! They need to stop making all these
"special" editions in this miraculous all digital future. Hardcover book?!?!??! DIGITAL BOOKS are so much better. ( ya right ) 

All that clutter! Make up your minds corporate douchebags. Is it all digital or NOT???? I think not.

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Personally I prefer physical discs. F**k an all digital future. For those who like it, cool, download everything. I'll buy discs.