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Huge Xbox 360 price reductions for games

This week Microsoft are offering huge Xbox 360 price reductions for games in the Xbox Live Store. Digital games for the Xbox 360 can be downloaded for discounts as high as 93%, on popular titles including Batman: Arkham City, Mass Effect and Halo: Reach and Portal 2.

This weekly sale will offer daily and weekly specials on a selection of games. Microsoft are also trying out a price drop for digital content on the Xbox One, Ryse: Son of Rome can be downloaded for a discounted price this week. Major Nelson has also confirmed that in addition to these price cuts, savings can also be made in the Arcade and Games On Demand categories.

New daily specials will be added throughout the week, today’s discounted games are: Halo: Reach (75% off), RUSE (67%), Dishonored (67%), Capcom Arcade Cabinet (65%), Bastion (80%), Future Legend of Rhythm Alien (87%), Armored Core: Verdict Day (63%) and Dante’s Inferno (75%).

The weekly discounts list will remain as it is but will be available to download on any of the 7 days, consisting of: Portal 2 (67% off), Fable III (50%), Arkham City (75%), Dungeons and Dragons Daggerdale (80%), Mass Effect (75%), An Elysian Tail (80%), Alan Wake’s American Nightmare (70%), Motocross Madness (80%), Driver San Francisco (67%), DiRT 3 (80%), Asura’s Wrath (81%), Rock Band Blitz (73%) and Guardians of Middle Earth (93%).

This is quite a good selection of games to take advantage of here, which ones will you be downloading at a discounted price?

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Written by Matt Tran

Matt has a passion for technology, gaming and social media, whether its using it or writing about it. He joins the Product Reviews team having graduated from the University of Greenwich in 2013, after completing an honours degree in Building Surveying. Matt will mostly keep you in the loop on gaming, tech and gadget news.

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