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Submitted by neil363 248d ago | news

Batman stars as the Xbox Deals With Gold for 22nd-28th July goes all DC and Marvel

Neil writes "The latest Xbox Deals With Gold sale is now live and it’s got a bit of a DC feel to things! Available right now to all Xbox Live Gold members, the Xbox Deals With Gold for 22nd-28th July 2014 sees discounts in place for a number of Batman titles and a few other DC and Marvel games." (Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham City, Batman: Arkham Origins, Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate - Deluxe Edition, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Young Justice: Legacy)

ifistbrowni  +   248d ago
I was hoping to see Arkham Origin in the sale.

Arkam Asylum and Arkham City for $5 a piece is an absolute steal if you've never played those games. Even if you're not a fan of Batman (how could you not be?), they're still good games.
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harrisk954  +   248d ago
Arkham City for free (on PS+) is an even better deal. ;)
Volkama  +   248d ago
Debatable. Paying for a rental isn't directly comparible to buying a game.
CorndogBurglar  +   248d ago
@ volkama

I'm sorry, I don't remember ever having to give back any of my free PS+ games.
Volkama  +   248d ago
CorndogBurglar, I'm all for rental services and such. I don't personally care for ownership of games and I don't plan to drop my subscriptions.

I am just pointing out that it isn't so cut and dry as to which is the better value deal, because "Arkham City for free" is a bit of a falacy.

Personally I would LOVE for the consoles to have a all-access subscription packages to play whatever you want (ie a games equivalent of netflix and such). I'd pay a lot for that.
mcstorm  +   248d ago
@CorndogBurglar what he means is if you stop paying for PS+ you lose your PS+ games which means you are paying to rent them just like you do if you have a Prime or Netflix account.

Some good deals in there too nice to see Microsoft offer the discount for Gold now and I hope we start to see more and more on the xbox one soon too.
troylazlow  +   248d ago
those are some good sales!
Back-to-Back  +   248d ago
If you really want Batman games on the cheap

Sony has a nice deal going on right now
https://store.sonyentertain...

Batman AA, Batman Origin, Batman Origins Blackgate all for $4.20 each.
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neil363  +   248d ago
Aye, a bit disappointing to see just the Origins Season Pass in there. The game would have been nice.

Agree totally on Asylum and City....loved them both.
optimus  +   248d ago
Glad they threw in the Injustice season pass. Now i can dust it off and put a few hours back into it.
oKidUKo  +   248d ago
Looks like there's a few more now, will be getting Raven episodes. They're at a decent price.
Volkama  +   248d ago
Some good deals there. Maybe if I wait long enough I will be able to get decent games for decent prices on the Xbox One and PS4 as well. It isn't like they become less fun a year or two down the line.
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