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Get your Game On for the holidays - SEGA's 'Sonic Lost World' giveaway

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UPDATE: The winner of our giveaway is Travis Stewart. Congrats to him and thanks to everyone else who entered.

Have a son or daughter that can't get enough of their Wii? Well Game On, Examiner, and SEGA want you and your family to have a happy holiday season so we're giving you the chance to take home a copy of Sonic Lost World on Nintendo's Wii U.

Starting now and running through midnight on Saturday evening you can enter in a variety of methods detailed below.

Anyone who likes us on Facebook gets a free entry! If you haven't though, no worries, just give us a like and we'll give you one too. Those of you on Twitter can gain another entry by following us and giving us your handle for verification.

After you've done both of those, Rafflecopter will enable you to enter by sharing our post on Facebook or tweeting our pre-written tweet on Twitter to your followers. Again, just make sure you input the required information - your name on Facebook and a link to the tweet, respectively - so we can verify your entries are valid.

Finally, you can gain one additional entry by leaving a comment with your response to the following question! Is there anything faster than Sonic? Don't forget to verify your entry through Rafflecopter though!

What are you waiting for? Go enter!

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