Contest: Capcom Arcade Cabinet Game Pack Giveaway

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Released last week in full, the Capcom Arcade Cabinet is a compilation series of retro 8-bit arcade classics, now available on PSN and XBLA in an all-in-one pack for $29.99, in cheaper bundle packs of three games, or individually so players can pick and choose just the games they want.

We have three of the Capcom Arcade Cabinet game packs for PSN up for grabs in our latest giveaway. Enter now if you’d like the chance to start turning your PS3 into your own 80s arcade dream machine!

Prize: 1 U.S. PlayStation Network code each for Capcom Arcade Cabinet game packs #1, #2 and #3. Game Pack 1 features 1943: The Battle of Midway, Avengers, and Black Tiger. Game Pack 2 features Ghosts ‘n Goblins, Gun.Smoke, and Section Z. Game Pack 3 features Side Arms, Legendary Wings, and Trojan. Individual game packs valued at $4.99-$9.99 each. Three winners will be chosen, each to receive one of the game packs at random.

Do at least one of the following to enter. Only ONE form of entry is required, but each method will put your name in the hat an additional time to increase your odds of winning, up to a total of five possible entries. Also remember that the codes available in this giveaway are for the U.S. PlayStation Network only.

1) Leave a comment on this post.

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4) Email us at contests@vgblogger.com with the subject line “Capcom Arcade Cabinet Giveaway”

Entry Period: Tuesday, May 28 – Friday, May 31 at 12:00 PM EST. Three contest winners will be selected at random to each receive one of the available game packs after entry deadline on Friday, May 31.

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