Bitmob Giveaway: Grab one (or several) of our 500 Rusty Hearts beta codes

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Rusty Hearts, developer Perfect World's new Gothic-inspired dungeon crawler for PC, is coming out soon. They offered us some access codes to the game's closed beta to give away. We saw Rusty Hearts at E3, and we liked it. So we agreed.

Here's the thing…they gave us a lot of beta codes. Like, a lot. Five hundred, to be exact.

So if you want to check out what our Jasmine Rea calls a "beautifully nostalgic…satisfying — and sometimes ridiculous — romp through a variety of spooky locales," you've come to the right place.

Rusty Hearts' beta doesn't open until July 27, but you'll want to register before July 3. If you do, you'll be entered to win one of three prize packs from Perfect World, including a new Logitech keyboard, gamepad, and a limited-edition Rusty Hearts plush bear. (Fair warning: If you win the bear, Jasmine will kill you for it. Seriously. She'll go all Gollum on you for those things.)

If you're interested — in the game, I mean, not Jasmine murdering you — then get at us one of three ways:

1. Email with "Rusty Hearts" in the subject line.

2. Tweet us at @Bitmob (make sure you're following us so we can send you a direct message with the code).

3. Leave a comment on this article (make sure your Bitmob profile has an active email address).

Remember, we've got 500 of these things, so if you want more than one, that's cool — just let us know how many you want (within reason), and we'll send them along. By the way, when you register your code, you'll get two more for friends, so take that into account.

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