Contest to Win SWTOR Razer Gaming Mouse

Have you been looking to get your hands on that SWTOR Razer mouse but Santa didn’t bring you one for Christmas? We might have a good opportunity for you because we stumbled across this post and contest for a SWTOR Razer gaming mouse and you still have 2 more days to get your entry in! (The deadline for entries is midnight on January 4th 2012.)
Ctrl + Alt + Del has a contest that you are going to want to check out, especially if you consider yourself a Photoshop aficionado. All you have to do is create a SWTOR image in Photoshop from a SWTOR screenshot as the starting point. How creative can you be?
I have three sets of SWTOR mouse + mousepad by Razer to give away, so I’m going to ask you to get a little artistic for this one.
I want you to whip up an image with the theme of “Light Side” or “Dark Side”. You can paint, you can draw, you can photoshop, BUT the foundation of your image MUST be a screenshot from inside Star Wars: The Old Republic. When I look at your image, whatever embellishments you’ve made to it, it needs to be clear that it started out as a screenshot from within the game.
So you can find a screenshot online, or take one of your own character in-game, but either way, I want you submit an image that conveys either “Light Side” or “Dark Side”. How you interpret that is up to you, and part of the challenge.
I’ll be judging entries based on creativity, execution, and overall coolness. If you just take a picture of Emperor Palpatine and slap it onto a SWTOR background and call it “Dark Side”, that’s probably not going to cut it. Get creative. Or, as Razer would say, Get Imba!
Visit the official post on the contest to learn more. As with any contest, make sure you read ALL the rules carefully so you don’t miss anything and disqualify yourself. Good luck! If any of our readers win a mouse, we want to know about it.

Lisa Clark

Lisa has been an avid gamer since she was old enough to hold her first controller and a game writer for more than a decade. A child of the Nintendo generation, she believes they just don’t make games like they used to but sometimes, they make them even better! While consoles will always be her first love, Lisa spends most of her gaming time on the PC these days- on MMOs and first-person shooters in particular.