Contest: Battle vs. Chess and Nail’d T-Shirt Giveaway

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T-shirts, t-shirts. Come get free t-shirts!

Deep Silver and SouthPeak Games recently sent me a pack of t-shirts promoting the upcoming titles Battle vs. Chess and ATV racer nail’d, and now it’s your turn to snag one. I have four Ultra Cotton t-shirts in size Large — two for Battle vs. Chess printed with the King chess piece and the words “I’m a King,” and two for nail’d printed with the game’s logo and black and orange mud splatters — to hand out, and all’s you have to do to win one is leave a comment below (with valid email), follow us on Twitter @vgblogger and retweet this message, or email us at contests@vgblogger.com with the subject line “T-Shirt Giveaway”.

This contest will last exactly one week, beginning today, Monday, September 20th through Monday, September 27th. Four winners will then be chosen on Tuesday, September 28th, and after receiving confirmed shipping addresses the t-shirts will be sent out promptly thereafter. Also, you MUST reside in the US to enter.

Battle vs. Chess ships next week on September 28th for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, with DS, PSP and Wii versions also in the works for release in 2011.

nail’d is currently scheduled to launch on October 19th, also for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.

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