Win a Dell PC in Eurogamer's Lost Planet web-game!

Or watch new trailer on EGTV.

What with our intense love of staying indoors where it's cool and shady during the summer months (aka "Deathtober"), the news that Capcom's soothingly icy Lost Planet: Extreme Condition will be chilling our PCs with DirectX 10-compatible graphics come 29th June is cause for a celebration.

Fortunately, Capcom has just the thing in the form of the Eurogamer-exclusive Akrid Attack 2 web-game. It's a top-down shooter played using the keyboard and mouse, which runs in your web-browser. We got 1563 points on our first go, which suggests we're rubbish - not unlike our friends and relations.

It wouldn't be much of a celebration without champagne, but sadly we have none. What we do have though is a high-end Dell PC with a copy of Lost Planet and a Lost Planet figurine, so we figured we'd give you that instead. Since we've got the web-game on the go, we might as well tie things in, too. Score over 3000 points and your name will go into a draw for the PC and goodies. Score over 2000 and you'll be in a draw for a copy of Lost Planet and the figurine; score over 1000 and you stand a chance of winning a copy of the game.

In other words, it's win win win. Nobody here isn't winning. Except me. But even I can crossly X the window and return to Eurogamer where my eyes may now feast themselves upon the chilly traits of the latest, Eurogamer TV-exclusive Lost Planet PC trailer. Who says we're not good to you? And where do they live? Cos we'll have them. Sure as you can go to a shop on 29th June and buy Lost Planet, if you want. See how we snuck that in there? We're so - for want of a better word - cool.

For more on Lost Planet: Extreme Condition, check out our Lost Planet: Extreme Condition gamepage. Logically.

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Tom worked at Eurogamer from early 2000 to late 2014, including seven years as Editor-in-Chief.

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