Gamers are being offered games such as Halo Reach and Fable 3 as an incentive to purchase a 12 month Xbox Live Gold Subscription.
Dammit, I just bought Fable 3 last week, and my XBL subscription is due for renewal in March. I guess I could just get another copy of Reach and trade it in.
i rather they let us play for free. we deserve to play online for free since we already pay for internet and have to buy the game. and we give good business to microsoft since we overpay on the HDD and buy games from the marketplace. oh! but xbox fanboys love to pay microsoft just to pay them =(
Great deal. Hopefully, they continue giving gamers incentives like this in the future. Good time to be an XBL subscriber :)
Bout time I'd say becuase it has never been good to be a subscriber of any game/service seeing as you have to pay to play. Bout time M$ gave some back.
since xbox live doesnt cost MS anything u are actually just paying for the game.. but they let u play online in this case, but only for a year though
Doesn't cost them anything? Lmao, I don't even..
Is this offer available for the UK? My gold runs out I 3 days...
Wow, another game for free... I already have a backlog of like 5 games I havent finished... for free. Whats with all the free games on xbox recently?
I may just upgrade to gold of MS is gonna give me a free game i been wanting to get reach for a long time.
good for people who dont have any of thosegames and even if u do u can just trade those games in to counter the 60$ cost of live. mostly better for people who havent played them yet tho :P
You can buy another 12 months without it being up I think.
My Gold Subscription runs out in a month! Is this offer available for Europe??? How does it work??? Do I just renew to 12 months or do we have to click on a specific order first???
Same thing as buying one of those games and getting a free year of live, win, win. All those games are solid. Nice job MS.
It's about time there's actually a nice incentive to sign up for live.
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