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Full Xbox Live Marketplace Update: February 5th, 2013 – Halo 4 Now on Demand

After launching this past November, Halo 4 sold a tonne of copies at retail, and now, you can download the game directly to your Xbox 360 hard drive.

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doctorstrange1719d ago

Surprised it took so long.

Relientk771719d ago

That is exactly what I'm looking at

KnightRobby1719d ago

And they said digital games would be cheaper. No disk to manufacturer, no box art, and no instructions. It just amazes me.

Rattlehead201719d ago

I see the little icon on the dashboard advertising it.

The tile advertising Black Ops 2 on demand is like 4x bigger than the Halo one...Doesn't make sense. Surely they would advertise their own franchise and what is Xbox's 'baby' alot more than Black Ops?

omegaheat1719d ago

Yeah dude, I agree. It's pretty messed up to ask a consumer to pay more for less, even more messed up considering the digital content is coming from the company that owns Xbox Live. There's no justification for not having a discount. It even erases the dilemma of used game resales. So what's the excuse??? If they are trying to eliminate used games sales, why not give consumers a reason to support the argument?

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