Microsoft has released the free and premium downloadable content for Crackdown for the Xbox 360. The premium version costs 800 points and will include three new vehicles, new weapons, co-op game types and an Agent cloaking device.
Where is my missing 100 acheivement points? Do I get that for playing the Halo 3 beta?
We are not only getting the 100 achievement points, but also 250 extra on top of that. It'll be a 1250 point game!
Are they on the Market place now?
The ability to place ramps ANYWHERE now i can work at doing all them stunt rings anyone downloaded the 800point stuff yet....whats the co-op stuff ?????
someone PLEASE tell me the difference between the premium and free one (besides the obvious; one is free, one is not lol) I want to know my work has these links blocked DAMN IT
isn't on the marketplace yet - innacurate
yea their noot on the MP yet sorta weird how it dont tell us thhe difference between the free nd the premium
It's a five page preview, however it's worth the time to check out the oodles of content that's in both downloads. http://previews.teamxbox.co...
They lie, unless their doing it later becuase this is for sure not out yet.
has info on both. the 800 point content has the extra achievement points. the free content is mostly cheat and boost type stuff.
Well that's against Microsofts DLC policy so no deal. 100 Gamerpoints = Free Other cool stuff = 800 points They said so in a previous interview as well.
I don't get what Extra is trying to say. You get the extra 100 (they actually give you 140) GS for FREE, with the FREE content. So you get all 1000 of your gamerscore for the original price of the game.
"Gettin' Busy" Bonus Pack Content Download (800 MS Points) Published May 10, 2007 New vehicles, weapons, game modes, equipment, achievements—this is a huge Crackdown™ update! For only 800 Microsoft Points, you'll soon be the king of Pacific City with these expanded gameplay options. Don't forget, there's also a free game update and a new "Free-For-All" Download Pack available in Marketplace.
Look, if you don't think the "premium" version has anything to offer don't buy it. Buy the free one!
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