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Xbox LIVE "Deal of the Week" for June

The XBL "Deal of the Week" for the month of June are... (Xbox 360, Xbox Live Primetime)

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TheColbertinator  +   2075d ago
Operation Anchorage is still a rip off for 560 MS points.They should sell it for 100 points instead.
mrv321  +   2075d ago
What they should do is bundle them, ancorage, broken steel and the pitt for $20. That's be nice because who will seriously only buy one expansion?

Also does anyone get the feeling Broken steel was infact the original ending to the game just they didn't have enough time to finish it.
Eiffel  +   2075d ago
Or people could always not buy it if they are so paranoid about penny pinching. I walk dogs after work, I get about $20 a dog each week, I in turn use that money for appliance and my xbox as well as PS3 utilities to purchase certain things online to enhance my gaming experience. I really don't see why people see DLC then in turn whine about the price as if they have to buy it.
Cheeseknight28  +   2075d ago
Anchorage isn't great, but there aren't too many things that you can get that are better for $7.
IdleLeeSiuLung  +   2075d ago
Yes, I do think DLC tends to cost too much, but reality is that gamers have been spoiled. They now turn around b!tch every moment they can about DLC for the sake of it. I for one is just happy that I get extra content and that I can choose if I want it or not. For instance, I love Ninja Gaiden 2 and Team Ninja put out Mission Modes as DLC. Without that, my gaming enjoyment with NG2 might be a little shorter. I don't care that I have to pay extra, I want it!!!

People should commend MS for putting stuff on sale and buy it to show that there is demand. Instead, they are getting b!tched at for putting out extra content.

If you don't like it, don't buy it. Nobody forced you to buy it. Do any of you walk in to the Porsche dealership then takes a look at the price and b!tches about how much they want for it or how about Best Buy (you might relate to that better)? Point is, developers/publishers can charge whatever they want and the only way you can change that is by voting with your wallet, not with your mouth (or should I say comments)!
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TheIneffableBob  +   2074d ago
What they should do is release it for free.
IdleLeeSiuLung  +   2075d ago
ahhhh, I never thought I would see SSFIIT HDR go on sale! I guess it makes sense with MvC2 coming in June.
process potatoe  +   2075d ago
Awesome!
Imallvol7  +   2075d ago
Ugh
MS deals of the week are so lame. 33% off? I AM NOT TRYING TO START A FANBOY WAR. Just saying, PSN puts their games half off all the time, and I think MS should do the same. Hell, they just gave Kung Fu Fists of Plastic away for FREE!!! I would definitely buy more Xbox Live stuff if they had better sales. That's when I pick up most everything on PSN.
IdleLeeSiuLung  +   2075d ago
A company will charge as much as they can pending demand. Business isn't charity....

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