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He Who Cheats Most Gets a Wii

Ziff Davis just launched what it's calling a "Wiki-inspired" site, MyCheats.com

lovemycheats.JPGZiff Davis just launched what it’s calling a “Wiki-inspired” site, MyCheats.com. To entice its already active user base of 1UP.com to post cheats, it’s offering the winner a Nintendo Wii system, which is hitting stores in a few days. Info on the contest is posted on a 1UP.com page.

The new cheats site is an extension of Ziff’s growing Web presence. It launched GameVideos.com. MyCheats.com out of the gate has ads for Microsoft’s just released “Gears of War” for the Xbox 360.

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