Contest: Steam Holiday Grab Bag Giveaway

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In the spirit of the holiday season, we’re closing out the year with an extra special giveaway.

After looking back through our stock of unused/unclaimed codes, we’ve assembled a Christmas grab bag of five random Steam PC games. Our holiday grab bag includes: team-based multiplayer man-versus-dinosaur FPS Primal Carnage; turn-based fantasy strategy game Warlock: Master of the Arcane; stylized 2D brawler Shank 2; rogue-like action RPG The Binding of Isaac (with the DLC fixings); and the hyper-speed JRPG Half Minute Hero: Super Mega Neo Climax Ultimate Boy.

The total regular value of this prize pack comes up to $60 (or $30 right now with the 50% Steam Holiday sale discounts applied), but one lucky reader is going to take home the whole pot for free!

With so much holiday craziness going on this week, we’re keeping entry as simple as can be. All’s you gotta do to enter for a chance to win the collection of Steam games is leave a comment on this post any time between today and Friday, December 28. Then at the end of day on Friday, one grand prize winner will be randomly selected and emailed their grab bag of digital download goodies.

Thanks to all of our readers for your continued support over the past year. Look forward to bigger and better things from VGBlogger in 2013 and beyond. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all!

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