February 11th 2009 9:14 am PT

Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Calendar Themes and Gamer Pics (Free)

 

The 2009 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Calendar, presented to you by the all-new Nissan 370Z. Download Themes, Gamer Pics, and learn more about the Nissan 370Z. Also, enter to win the Z-List Sweepstakes – where SI model Melissa Keller hosts you and a friend for a day at the sporting event of your choice. These items are only available in the United States.

 

There are a total of six gamer pictures and two themes for download:

Gamer pictures:
Nissan 370Z
IIrina Shayk 
Daniella Sarahyba
Jessica Gomes
Brooklyn Decker
Bar Rafaeli

Themes:
Brooklyn Decker
Nissan 370Z.

 

 

Click here to add the free gamer pictures and themes and to your Xbox 360 download queue

Free, Gamer Picture, Marketplace By Larry Hryb, Xbox LIVE's Major Nelson

  • shadaik

    @ EvilCan: Sorry, but MS is not an american corporation, it’s a multinational one. There are (more or less) independent coporations operating under that name in Australia, the UK, germany, France and most probably a lot of other countries, too. Truee, the mother corporation is in the US, but MS at large is multinational. If only it started to behave like that…

  • Parassassin

    @PTMAD

    I can tell you why, becuase M$ is like a prositute. Will take money from anyone but only turn tricks for its favourites.

    Im sorry but this is going to be my last ever year on xbl I can’t be bothered to plough my hard earned cash into this xenophopic joke of a company any longer. Who knows maybe a chipped box is the way forward, I might start to get some of my investment back then.

  • Warrengonline

    @EvilCan
    I’m a bit late, but it would be nice if the price of Xbox Live sold to non-Americans matched what they actually got in the package. Things like Video Market Place and NetFlix have laws (when you play a DVD pause it and read that writing) and we all remember the Region Codes. Not that it is my call, but the Non-American gamers get half of what we Americans get so why not just cut the price in half.

    But then Makusensu delivers an option that I know quite a few people do. But that is not errr… ‘proper’. Non-American gamers need to come together and think up something. Like how I’m a bit upset that Region: Australia got a vinyl soundtrack for Sonic’s Ultimate Genesis Collection. It is simple things like this that would balance the ‘experience’, but also cause a LOAD of envy for one another. :) “I want that sound track, PLEASE.” (http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&item=250367582769)

  • journauto

    Apparently being a gold member doesn’t mean squat because this “Gold exclusive offer!” doesn’t get me squat! Shouldn’t have to create a U.S. account, doubt it’s even possible since my ISP in in Canada. oh, and nowhere here or on the items’ descriptions does it say U.S. only. When I try to download it says ‘not available in your region or has been removed.’ BS

  • EvilCan

    Just to be clear: I’m not saying XBL shouldn’t be free/cheaper in other countries, I’m saying it’s not going to happen.

  • bknight2k

    @EvilCan

    I don’t think any actually wants free/cheaper service what people want is an equivalent service in the country that they live.

    I can understand Netflicks but i cannot remember the last time that MS in Aus did anything special eg free Themes and Pics.

 
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