Winner Of Our Free Computer Games Competition

Free Computer Games Competition Winner

Daniel Ryan, son of Kate and Jerry Ryan proprietor’s of Jerry Ryan Jnr. Coaches, was picked by our computers as the winner of our free Computer Games competition, which ran during the month of March.

Daniel, aged just 14, smartly gave us the correct answer, winning for himself  video games valued at €120. Daniel, a pupil at CBS Thurles, is an avid “computer gamester” himself and also enjoys all sports, especially soccer, rugby and hurling.

Well done Daniel and to all our viewers who took part in the competition our thanks, and watch out for our next free competition coming to you shortly on .

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Meanwhile, talking about computer games, watch out, it seems that the 3D revolution is about to begin with Playstation3 promising to go 3D this Summer according to the Thurles top International Gaming Website run by Joseph Murphy and Shane Willoughby.  They claim that all those rumours about 3D Firmwares look like they could be true. According to Qore over on the US PSN, a plethora of titles including Killzone 2, Wipeout Fury HD, Super Stardust HD, Gran Turismo 5 and LittleBigPlanet are going 3D.
This could potentially be the start of something huge, especially if more developers jump on the 3D bandwagon.

A happy Easter Weekend to all our viewers.


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