We aren’t the biggest fans of True Blood you can find, but even thanks to the Justin Timberlake song of the same name we’re inclined to think that when there’s a sale on it everyone will want to get in on the action. Thanks to Xbox Video, anyone with a web browser, Windows device, Windows Phone smartphone, Xbox One and Xbox 360 can pick up entire seasons of True Blood for as little as $27.99.
We can’t say that we’ve known many fans of AMC’s The Walking Dead. That’s not a knock against the show — plenty of people love it as we’re constantly reminded on Twitter. We suspect many more Xbox One, Xbox 360, Windows Phone and Windows 8 fans will love it soon too. Microsoft has slashed prices on all four seasons of The Walking Dead for a limited time.
We haven’t hit Columbus Day here in the United States, but already Microsoft is preparing for a fierce holiday shopping season. This morning the company revealed three new Xbox 360 holiday bundles, including one that’ll have a blue Xbox 360 inside.
If you can’t for the life of you figure out what to watch this weekend, Microsoft’s Xbox Video service is here to help. In the Xbox Video Store right now are entire seasons of shows available on the cheap for streaming.
Games for Microsoft’s Xbox One and Xbox 360 consoles are getting cheaper all the time. The company’s Xbox Live Deals With Gold promotion for September 9th slashes the price of Watch Dogs for the Xbox One by 30% and hits the purchase price of Borderlands 2 for the Xbox 360 too.
Microsoft is dropping an epic Xbox One bundle on potential console buyers. Starting September 7th, shoppers will be able to choose any new game to bundle with their $399 Xbox One or $499 Xbox One + Kinect purchase.
Coming fresh off a holiday weekend, it’s probably very likely that you’ve killed off the last of your unplayed summer games collection. Good news though, If you have an Xbox Live subscription, Microsoft is offering Super Time Force, Monaco and Halo: Reach at absolutely no additional charge.
If you were at some point hoping that Microsoft would attempt to rival the PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS with a handheld of its very own then you’ve had a very disappointing few years. Don’t fret though, Microsoft is making up for its mobile gaming shortfall in quick order. Yesterday the company slashed prices on the Surface 2 to just $349.99.