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We’ve done our best to get gamers excited about Titanfall, the upcoming multiplayer game that’ll pit first-person shooting mechanics and robots at user’s disposal. Nevertheless, it might be a good idea for Xbox 360 owners to uh, hold that excitement for just a bit. Electronics Arts now says that the Xbox 360 version of the game won’t make it to store shelves until March 25th.
Xbox 360 owners who haven’t yet had the privilege of hijacking random city dwellers, breaking into movie production studios and kidnapping housewives for personal gain are in for treat. Microsoft has slashed the price of Grand Theft Auto V and
As is now customary at the end of the month, Microsoft has announced that subscribers to its Xbox Live Gold service will get two free digital downloads during February as a part of Xbox Live Games With Gold. Unfortunately, it didn’t share any information about when the promotion will begin including titles for its now current-generation Xbox One console.
Xbox One owners may have had a little too much time to get acquainted with Halo: Spartan Assault. As such, when Xbox 360 owners are able to get their hands on a copy today they might want to go in with caution.
Things just got a bit more interesting for users who are waiting to get their hands on the next edition in the Gears of War shooter franchise. Microsoft has announced that it’s purchased the rights to the entire franchise and leaving it in the hands of one of its Canada-based game development studios.
Microsoft is ringing in the New Year with a new set of free games that are available to users with Xbox Live Gold. Users will be able to download a free copy of Sleeping Dogs beginning January 1st.
Haven’t had enough of saving on games thanks to the Xbox Live Countdown to 2014 promotion? How about saddling up and putting your good shoes on for deals on arcade sports games like NFL Blitz and NBA Jam: On Fire? We thought so.
It’s hard to believe that we’re only in day two of Xbox Live’s Countdown to 2014. It seems like only yesterday the company began throwing deeply discounted games at us ( that was yesterday). Now, they’re doing it again. As opposed to yesterday’s deals, today’s savings are all about Xbox Live Arcade games like Fez.