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Microsoft have teamed up with Game People to bring you this great big Xbox 360 competition. Not only can you win a console but a whole bundle of games

First Prize - 1 winner: First prize is an Xbox 360 Arcade console, Banjo Kazooie: Nuts and Bolts 360, You're in the Movies 360, Viva Pinata: Trouble in Paradise 360 and Scene It? Box Office Smash 360.

Second Prize - 2 winners: Second prize is Banjo Kazooie: Nuts and Bolts 360, You're in the Movies 360, Viva Pinata: Trouble in Paradise 360 and Scene It? Box Office Smash 360.

Runners Up - 7 winners: Runner up prize is Banjo Kazooie: Nuts and Bolts 360 and a Banjo back pack.

Deadline: 25th December 2008 (Now Closed)

Question: Pick your favorite games from our list of 2008 Age Awards. The game with most votes will be our 2008 Family Gamer Game of the Year, and those that chose it will be put into the competition draw.

Email your choice, with "Xbox 360 Comp" as the subject, along with your Name, Age and Address to paulgovan@gamepeople.co.uk.

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Email us as soon as you can hear the song with "Xbox 360 Comp Tie Breaker" as the subject, along with your Name, Age and Address to paulgovan@gamepeople.co.uk.

Winners: First Prize: Robert Crossley. Second Prize: Kirk Eastment and Lesley Davis. Runners Up: Robert Mawson, Florin Ovidiu Oprea, Peter Williams, Pauline Whittle, Georgie Hales, Emma Weaver and E Charles.

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