December 29th 2009 2:27 pm PT

Games on Demand: Gears of War

 

The following Xbox 360 games are now ready for direct download from the Xbox LIVE Marketplace:

 

Gears of War®Content: Gears of War
Price: Check pricing for your region
Availability: Not available in Japan
Dash Text: (Online Interactions Not Rated by the ESRB) This game supports English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, and Chinese. Download the manual for this game by locating the game on http://marketplace.xbox.com and selecting “See Game Manual”. A Nightmare from Below. A Hero from Within. The planet lies in ruin – cities crumbling, Man’s greatest works fallen. Humanity is cornered, nowhere to run. The Locust Horde has risen, and they won’t stop coming. They won’t stop killing. The Coalition is desperate for soldiers. The sick, the wounded, the imprisoned are all that remain. An inmate named Marcus Fenix, once left to die, is now charged with keeping humanity alive. He can take comfort in but one fact: The human race isn’t extinct. Yet. Features – “Take cover and return fire!” with the intuitive one – button cover system to blind fire, evade, flank, and ultimately destroy the nightmarish Locust Horde.

 

 

Add Gears of War to your Xbox 360 download queue

 

Also, Xbox LIVE members in Japan, can now purchase THE CONVENI 200X

 

Xbox 360 Games On Demand By Larry Hryb, Xbox LIVE's Major Nelson

  • stststststq

    LOL@the same old comments. If you can buy it cheaper on disc then here’s a hint – JUST DO THAT. lol. If the game was the same price on Live as it is on disc, the comments would change to “why would I buy the download when I can get a disc that I can sell, lend out etc.?” and the whining would continue. The games are never going to be cheaper than they are at retail, so find something worth moaning about instead of this FFS.

  • peepingtom86

    don’t attack the other commenters, stststststq. everyone complaining about the same thing has its purpose. we are showing overwhelmingly that we don’t like the prices. I think from the looks of things there are actually a lot of people who are interested in buying Games on Demand titles but don’t see the value in the current prices. I for one would probably buy about five of the current selection if they were £10 each… but at £20 each I will have none of them.

 

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