Submitted by Recnef 1463d ago | news

Microsoft Announces Additional Holiday Savings for Xbox and LIVE

The Xbox LIVE Holiday 2011 Savings Program, including the full official contents updated at Midnight, November 24th.

From System and Accessory Bundles to games, avatar items, themes, and subscriptions, the most current listing of the Xbox LIVE Holiday 2011 Savings Program. (Battlefield: Bad Company, Bejeweled 2, Bejeweled Blitz LIVE, DeathSpank: The Baconing, Happy Tree Friends False Alarm, Magic 2012, Mobile, PC, Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution, The Fancy Pants Adventures, Xbox 360)

lugia 4000  +   1463d ago
Steam is better.
dark-hollow  +   1463d ago
Your mom is better (;
reynod  +   1463d ago
Steam makes PSN and XBL look like a rip off, just like console gaming in general lol.
kasasensei  +   1463d ago
Yeah, definitely!
Actually 1613 items on sale on steam! That's crazy!

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