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Win DiRT Showdown (360 & PS3)

Platforms: Sony PlayStation 3 | Microsoft Xbox 360

Codemasters struck arcade racing gold when it recently released DiRT Showdown, our review was full of praise for the racer. Our reviewer said, "DiRT Showdown looks and plays every way that you would hope a great arcade racer would, it’s not deep and it’s not clever but it has character and fun by the bucketload. It may not be what some of the DiRT fans were wanting but disappointment in what something isn’t does not diminish what the game actually is; that is a colourful, loud, fun and accessible racer that will entertain you for a long time. Strap yourself in, crank up the volume, hit the boost button and wait for you eyes to bleed. Then do it again. Then thank me later.

One standout feature in DiRT is its eclectic and adrenaline pumping soundtrack and one of the standout tracks is by the young upstarts of Eighteen Nightmares at the Lux who have released the track as a single. The band have been setting stages alight around the UK with their energetic and unpredictable live shows. The four gentlemen have forged a reputation by their infectious blend of catchy riffs, banging beats, fuzzy bass and clever changes which have injected a breath of fresh air back into the live music experience. With four releases already under their belt, Eighteen Nightmares at The Lux are happy to announce their latest and most realised release to date with their single 'Mother of Girl.' Which you can check out here on Soundcloud or watch the video below:

To be in with a chance to win just let us know in the comments below or on our Twitter feed the name of the new single from Eighteen Nightmares at the Lux (which is really's mentioned loads up above this!) and which version of the game you would like.

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