Sometimes it pays off to follow game publishers on social media | Broken Joysticks

Aug
24

Sometimes it pays off to follow game publishers on social media

If you’re really into the gaming scene and eat up every tidbit of news out there then you probably follow a slew of gaming websites. From the Gamespots to the IGNs, and Kotaku to Broken Joysticks, following gaming news website is a good way to find out anything and everything from the world of video games.

But it can also be good to follow publishers. Not only will you get some juicy news right from the source, which is where a lot of gaming media get their news (spoiler alert) you can also be treated to some sweet online goodies.

Some publishers share exclusive downloadables like wallpapers, but some also give away free stuff including game codes.

The above wallpaper for Inti Creates’ upcoming title Azure Striker Gunvolt 2 is my current wallpaper on my mobile phone.

Circle Entertainment, who you’ll find countless game reviews on our website, has been giving away free game codes for many of their recent games on their social media platforms. Ranging from retweet missions to random code posts, the indie publisher has been rewarding their loyal fanbase with freebees.

Give Circle Entertainment a follow on Faceb00k and Tw1tter and be sure to follow your favourite publisher online. Not only will you be privy to all the latest news and information directly from the source but free stuff is always great too!

Circle’s latest release Kingdom’s Item Shop will be released in the Nintendo eShop for the Nintendo 3DS on Thursday.

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About Jason Nason

I'm a fan of all video games with a leaning towards Nintendo. I've owned just about every Nintendo console ever released (with notable exceptions being the original GameBoy and Virtual Boy). If it's something to do with Nintendo I want to know about it and if it's noteworthy I'll certainly share it with you! Nintendo 3DS Friend Code: 3496-9927-9448 Nintendo Network ID: jncorp

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