Contest: Elminage Original & Jetpack Joyride PSN Combo Pack Giveaway

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Howdy there, folks. I know it’s been a while, but we’re finally back with a new giveaway. This week we have codes for recently released PSN titles Elminage Original and Jetpack Joyride up for grabs in a pair of prize bundles. The former’s an old-school turn-based dungeon crawl RPG for PSP/Vita, the latter is the PlayStation Minis port of Halfbrick’s uber-fun mobile hit. Two completely different types of games, one awesome combo pack perfect to take on the road during your holiday travels. Enter now for a chance to win both games in one shot!

Contest Details:

Prize: 2 prize packs each containing U.S. PSN codes for Elminage Original and Jetpack Joyride. Elminage Original is available now for PSP with PS Vita compatibility for $14.99 from UFO Interactive. Jetpack Joyride is available now for $3.99 as a PlayStation Minis title for PS3, PSP and PS Vita from Beatshapers and Halfbrick Studios. (Note: Jetpack Joyride won’t be available to download directly to Vita from the PSN Store until December 18, but is currently compatible via transfer from PS3.) Each prize pack is valued at $18.98.

How to enter:

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4) Email us at contests@vgblogger.com with the subject line “Elminage Original & Jetpack Joyride Giveaway”

Only ONE form of entry is required, but entering through multiple channels will increase your odds of winning. Please remember that the download codes available in this giveaway are for the U.S. PSN Store only.

Entry Period: Wednesday, December 12 – Friday, December 14 at 2:00 PM EST. 2 total contest winners will be selected at random and announced after entry deadline on Friday, December 14.

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