Microsoft haven’t given us anything to jump for joy about with this offering but here’s an update for the latest games on sale available from the comfort of your living room.
All the titles in the list are £3.99 or £2.99 with exceptions: Sega Superstar Tennis is a smashing £4.99. Bionic Commando and Prince of Persia are £14.99.
Not the best of prices for some, and I wouldn’t expect anything less from the Xbox Live Marketplace to be honest, but the cheapest games may be ones that you missed and would like in your collection for those rainy days. If you’re a bit of a lazy boy and like to make purchases with a push of a button then you may find just the game with a price you’re happy with.
- Bionic Commando
- Blazing Angels : Squadrons of WW II
- Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs
- Dark Void
- Open Season
- Perfect Dark Zero
- Prince of Persia
- Rockstar Table Tennis
- Sega Superstars Tennis
- Surf’s Up
- Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter
- Virtua Tennis 2009
- Viva Pinata Party Animals
Considering the cost of actually going out and getting yourself to a high street store and back home again makes me wonder if some of these purchases, at the price they are on XBL, are actually worth it.
We all love to save money but there’s nothing worse than buying a pre-owned title only to get it home and be faced with the dreaded ‘Disc Read Error’ in your face from your console, then having to go all the way back to exchange it. Digital downloads ensure that you are guaranteed a good working copy.