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29 Mar 2012
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Victor Ludus's is just Dying to Win!

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Victor Ludus has new challenges coming up from the 30th of March to 6th of April:

The challenge will be a video stream of Victor playing on his PS Vita (can be found on the link below!)

 

Once there you will watch a video of 'Victor' playing the Vita on one of the Vita's launch titles. When Victor dies, loses, crashes etc within a level you will need to click a button on that web page. The fastest user to do so will win a prize.

Each day in the schedule there will be a different video played.

 

The Schedule can be found at the following link: http://dying2win.eu.psvita.com/Schedule



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Re: Victor Ludus's is just Dying to Win!

This might be a daft question but I'm not the only one to ask it... Who the heck is Victor Ludus???
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Re: Victor Ludus's is just Dying to Win!


strangeplaice wrote:
This might be a daft question but I'm not the only one to ask it... Who the heck is Victor Ludus???

 

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Re: Victor Ludus's is just Dying to Win!

That would be some clever marketing made up name. :smileyhappy:

 

Victor well we all know is latin for the one who conquers.

 

Ludus is latin for game, play, sport (e.g. ludus - elementary school, forms of game-play; ludus gladiatorius - training camp for gladiators where ludus magnus was most famous; ludus scaenicus - theater; ludus latrunculorum - ancient board game).

 

So he would be the one who conquers games, which would make him one of us, or we are all him. :smileyhappy:

 

Now Victor, please grant me a game or two for this nice write up, and to show that visiting classical gymnasium with old greek and latin classes back in the days was worth it.

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