Give City of Heroes a try

Eurogamer's got the key.

Always teetering on the border of good and evil? Can't decide whether to feed your cat or kill it? Well, Eurogamer's got the remedy.

You see, we've teamed up with NCsoft to give away 2000 trial keys for City of Heroes and City of Villains, giving you the chance to wrap up in spandex and live out a Jekyll and Hyde fantasy life.

All you have to do join the party is become a registered user of Eurogamer, which will also open the wonderful community world of Eurogamers for you - giving you access to forums, groups, friends lists, and more. And don't worry, we won't pass your details on to anyone else or bombard you with rubbish.

Once you've done that - by clicking on the "register" button on the top right of the page - you can enter your name into our Harry Potter-like sorting hat and hope you win.

Those of you who are lucky enough to win will be given two weeks to try out Cryptic Studios' impressive PC MMORPG for free. Absolutely nothing, zilch.

It warranted us giving it a nine two years ago and has had all sorts of bells and whistles added since: most recently the Invention System that lets you craft your own super items, even wings!

If that's your cup of tea, then get your skates on and get yourself a key.

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Robert Purchese

Robert Purchese

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Bertie is senior staff writer and Eurogamer's Poland-and-dragons correspondent. He's part of the furniture here, a friendly chair, and reports on all kinds of things, the stranger the better.

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