Contest: Pinball FX 2 XBLA Giveaway

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Pinball FX 2 was originally supposed to be out this week on Xbox Live Arcade as part of Microsoft’s “Game Feast” promotion, but on Tuesday, the day before the game’s scheduled launch, Zen Studios delivered word that the release was being delayed for a couple weeks. It’s sad news, I know. But hey, look on the bright side – the delay gave us enough time to set up a really great giveaway!

That’s right, we’re working with our pals at Zen Studios once again to give gamers a chance to win codes for free tables in Pinball FX 2. Here’s what you need to know.

Prize: Six Pinball FX 2 codes are up for grabs, including three Core Collection vouchers featuring four brand new tables and three Classic Collection vouchers featuring the three original Pinball FX tables.

How to enter: Do one of the following: 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 “Pinball FX 2 Giveaway.” If you already have the original Pinball FX tables, please note that in your entry so we can avoid giving you content you already own (should you win, of course).

Entry Period: Friday, October 15 – Tuesday, October 26. Six winners to be randomly selected on Wednesday, October 27.

Pinball FX 2 launches on October 27th as a free download from the Xbox Live Arcade, and from within that download you will be able to demo trial versions of each table before deciding which ones to buy. The Core and Classic table bundles we’re giving away will be sold for 800 MS Points each. If you already own the original Pinball FX and any of its DLC tables, you will be able to import those tables for free and play them using the upgraded Pinball FX 2 engine.

Follow Zen Studios on Facebook and Twitter for all the latest on Pinball FX 2.

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