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Submitted by Buff1044 1524d ago | article

Xbox Live Arcade Bargains: 400 Points Or Less (RunDLC)

When the Xbox 360 launched in November 2005, a majority of Xbox Live Arcade titles were 400 Microsoft Points, or $5. Of course, that didn’t become the standard, as publishers quickly jacked up prices to 800 and 1200 Points. Just because most of today’s games are more expensive, though, doesn’t mean you can’t score some deals. We came across quite a few quality downloads that won’t break the bank, proving that you can still game on the cheap. Here’s a list of good titles that still sell for 400 Points or less.

John Artest (RunDLC) (Chime, Contra, Doom, Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved, Hardwood Spades, Jetpac Refuelled, Ms. Pac-Man, Pac-Man, Rush’n Attack, Wolfenstein 3D, Xbox 360)

ddelella  +   1524d ago
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Out of the list provided the following are my seconds:

Doom
Uno
Worms
Wolfenstein 3D
TMNT 1989 Arcade
Feeding Frenzy (cheaper to buy the Arcade Vol. 1)
Streets of Rage 2
Sonic 1 - 3 and Knuckles
Contra

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