July 9th 2014 9:00 pm PT

Xbox 360 Ultimate Games Sale Day 3 Update

The Xbox 360 Ultimate Games Sale continues – save 33-77% on the following titles through tomorrow, July 10th only.
Click the links below to see local pricing and add items to your Xbox 360 download queue:

        

Content Title Content Type Discount %
Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare Games on Demand 33%
Call of Duty: Black Ops II Games on Demand 50%
Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Games on Demand 75%
Red Faction: Armageddon Games on Demand 77%
Assassins Creed Liberation Arcade 50%

Please note: prices and availability are subject to change and may vary by region.

Don’t forget – a large number of titles are on sale all week long. Click here for that list. A new set of Xbox 360 games will go on sale every day this week, so be sure to follow me on Twitter and check back here tomorrow.

Arcade, Deal, Marketplace, Xbox 360, Xbox 360 Games On Demand By Jeff Rubenstein

  • maurice16

    Mass effect 2 dlc would be nice

  • José Netto

    how BOPS II is here as an ultimate sale at 50% is outrageous… this should, at best, be it’s normal price by now… same applies to previous COD titles.. putting it out here as “ultimate” is hilarious…

    • Soldier Zero B

      It’s more of an ultimate joke than anything lol

    • AC130

      Nahh that is just a CoD thing. It was the same for Ghosts during the Steam summer sale $30 or something. CoD does not know what sales are.

      • David

        Ghosts was on sale at Best Buy and Amazon, on Xbox One and PS4 for $18. How is a next gen title less than a game listed as “ultimate?”

        • AC130

          CoD Logic.

  • Andrew Ballantine

    Really want Mass Effect 3 DLC on sale, though it’s just full games each day so far so maybe they won’t put DLC on sale.

    • mauszx

      Agree, I want that DLC on sale.

    • ElektroDragon

      I want Dragon Age 2 DLC on sale. Notice they never put the DLC on sale along with the main game. It’s a trap!

      • Some Person

        Neither will ever go on sale sadly. I appreciate sales but all BioWare DLC is worth the full retail price…. well ME3 Citadel was a bit expensive but it was the send off so I guess I can justify spending a little more for the end to my favorite saga last gen.

  • Chris

    Where are the Xbox One sales?

  • Rakaiju

    The dailys so far have been nothing but meh. The weekly long deals look way better, though.

  • lunchbox87

    Im just hoping fable 2 goes on sale this week would love to pick it up for 5 bucks lol

    • Sigognac

      With a sale on its “DLCs”, it would be interesting.

    • Reece Hunt

      Fable 2 has already been on sale.

      • lunchbox87

        well sh*t . I just saw the sale yesterday they are not putting much effort into telling you its out there

        • Reece Hunt

          They do you just have to look on this website. They tell you when the deal is going to end. When the deal ends a new deal appears. Quite simple really.

    • Some Person

      Fable 2 was on sale last week and I do believe silver members were able to buy it too.

  • ImTheMetalLord

    I picked up Oblivion at that price. Now to decide what gets deleted till they lift the 32GB threshold on the flash drives. I know over half my collection I don’t even have on hand. Very scared I’m gonna need to buy me a bunch more of them to get my whole collection and then what a pain to have to plug in see what games is on said flash drives.

    • Michael Burden

      I feel ya bro – in the same boat. Had some games I downloaded to my second 360 going because of lack of space on my main console, and saw many games on there I had forgotten I had bought. Plus I ordered yet another flash drive to alleviate some of my download logjam. If you made bigger hard drive options, that money would have been yours Microsoft instead of going to SanDisk. And if the external limit was eliminated altogether, I’d have more money to spend on games and DLC instead of wasting it on storage – more lost sales you could have had.

      • maxy

        I feel ya too guys I bought to many games from the sale and I don’t know what to erase. I feel like a jac*ass that I was arguing about this. We really need bigger hard drives.

        • Ross Kemp

          You ” feel ” guys ?
          Kinda guessed as much .

    • mauszx

      Try to erase the ones you have already complete it and probably not going to play again.

      • ImTheMetalLord

        I own well over 300 digital games. I have only finished maybe 50 of them. So this leaves me with having to delete games that I have not finished yet. Really sux arse.

        • mauszx

          Man, I mean no offense, but you have so many games that you probably are not going to play every single one, just stop buying and start playing.

          • ImTheMetalLord

            No offense taken. I just like to play a lot of different games and like to have choices. I have played every single game at least a few hours each. I’ve been knocking them off by finishing them but not fast enough to keep up with what I buy.

  • Master Troll

    What a pathetic sale this could never compete with any steam sale. I see things have not changed much over at xbox lol

  • nahka revolveri

    Sleeping dogs dlc and shadow complex on sale… . thank u!!!

  • Reece Hunt

    I wonder if there is going to be a sale for a full game plus DLC. Not counting on it though seen as Microsoft wants you to spend more money.

  • mauszx

    They should at least try to make a sale on DLC only for one entire day, I bet they would sell a lot.

  • deadbox102

    A good time to grab Liberation.

  • Alex Tran

    I want some Mass Effect 2 sales. Too bad it’s too old for there to be a
    sale. Only the newer DLCs of games gets sales, but why not the older
    ones?

  • David

    How come Best Buy had Ghosts on sale for $18 bucks last week and we get BO2 for $30? Microsoft will move ahead in the console wars when they finally put their old games on permanent sale. For example, Saints Row 2 is $20. Who in their right mind would spend $20 on a 5+ year old game? I used to love Xbox…

    • Some Person

      On certain 5+ year old games I would. The individual Mass Effect games for example. I’ve spent $10+ on 10+ year old games from GOG. If you enjoy the game you’ll spend the money. I do admit though that their pricing structure does need to be significantly revamped.

      As far as Ghosts goes, it will probably be the main item for Day 7. You will get it for $45 and be happy with it. :-P

      • David

        My point is that you can get the same games at gamestop for a fraction of the price. Or even Ebay. This is the exact reason gamers were pissed when Microsoft announced the Xbox One would be only digital. We knew they would try to screw us over.

        • Some Person

          Actually with a strict digital marketplace where developers and publishers didn’t have to worry about losing 75%+ of their profits to used sales the pricing would’ve been greatly reduced. New games probably would’ve been at the $30 or $40 point on the One and $60+ on PS4…. but whatever, you’re a troll who is doing your trolling.

          • David

            Clearly Microsoft has shown they are willing to do this on the old Xbox 360 games, by making them cheaper, permanently and show gamers that we can trust them. Oh wait.

          • Some Person

            Does not apply, there is still a marketplace for physical medium. Physical media will always be cheaper because of the used game sales (which don’t profit the developers/publishers) and physical constraints on retailer/warehouse storage abilities. Without physical media digital media would be much cheaper.

          • David

            New games. Not used. Brand new, still encased in wrapping are cheaper than digital new games on xbox live. Steam offers the exact same service as Xbox live, digital media, yet offers both better discounts and better games.

          • Some Person

            Sigh… yes, new games prices are higher because of used game prices. The developers/publishers don’t see a penny from used game sales so they have to raise the prices of new game sales. PC games don’t have a used market because they’re all CD-Key protected and non-transferable. If PC games had a used market then Steam wouldn’t be able to afford the price point they set. Get your head out of the sand and actually learn how things work Mr. “Business 101.”

          • David

            The used games should not affect it. It is money they would not receive regardless, so if they lowered the price of their digital games, they would still end up with more than 0.

          • Some Person

            This is my final response since you are quite obviously a troll. If someone wants the game then the developer/publisher will get the money if used games did not exist. Saying “they would not receive regardless” is by far the most stupid comment I’ve read on this blog from someone other than Maxy. If someone wants a game then they buy it. If they buy it new that money goes to the publisher and developer. If the publisher and developer could get a more reasonably assured stream of revenue from a game after the first 2-3 weeks of release then the costs would go down significantly. This, however, cannot happen because after those first few weeks the game goes onto the used market and the people who should earn profit don’t. The $60+ MSRP is because after 2+ years worth of dedicated work and long hours the people who made the game cannot realistically expect to see a reasonable profit margin after less than a month of sales. That is why “Season Passes” and unlock codes came about and why Day One DLC is rampant on consoles (yet usually free on PC). It’s all about the publishers trying to actually make a living from their job while being beaten up by places like GameStop who just rip off the person they’re buying the game from anyways.

          • David

            Let me break it down to you. Lower prices in the business world result from competition. I.E. retailers offering sales on games to compete with one another for business. Now say MS has a monopoly on the digital games market, and the ONLY way to get games for their product is through them. What incentive do they have to discount their games? None. If consumers are used to buying games at $60, what makes you think they’d lower the prices to 30-40? If you had an ounce of common sense I would not have to explain Business 101 to you.

          • ImTheMetalLord

            You create this account to come on here and be a jerk troll?

            No go back to your basement with your views. We’ve had enough of them for today.

          • David

            Clearly discussing the poor Xbox strategy with uneducated people over the internet was a bad idea

          • ImTheMetalLord

            Oh yea that hasn’t worked for them for the last 10+ years. Maybe you should go save them with your business 101 strategies.

            SMDH@Trolls. I’m done.

            Trolls need to get the last word in….bet you reply to this.

          • David

            Just because I’m not a brain-dead Microsoft fan-boy, doesn’t mean I’m a troll. Well let’s see, it hasn’t worked for them on the PS4, because it has been selling more than the Xbox One. Since Day One. So obviously Microsoft is losing. And my business 101 strategy did save them, if I remember correctly, they made the Xbox Ones able to take discs? The name “ImTheMetalLord” just screams UNEMPLOYED. So what would you know outside of stocking shelves at Wal-Mart?

          • ImTheMetalLord

            LOL u mad bro?

          • David

            That’s right, when your argument falls apart, and you are proven wrong, resort to the phrase “u mad bro?”

            If a troll is always the last to reply, then who is the troll?

          • Some Person

            Haha, anyone on here will vehemently tell you I am not a “Microsoft fan-boy.” The sales have sucked this entire year for the most part. 90% of the “Games with Gold” have been rubbish too. I am quite vocal with my objections but you are clearly quite ignorant on how digital media actually works.

          • David

            Troll (Webster’s): a mythical, cave-dwelling being depicted in folklore as either a giant or a dwarf, typically having a very ugly appearance

          • Some Person

            I have more than an ounce of common sense. I hold several degrees actually. Look at Steam, on average new games retail for $20-$40 because of the low cost of overhead (physical storage space, manufacturing, printing of materials, physical advertising, etc.) that comes from a purely digital marketplace. The same holds true for a website like GOG which is also a pure digital distribution platform. You’re basing your argument on some flawed libertarian free-market point of view that has very quickly been becoming obsolete.

  • choke

    i wish Csi or Saw or sherlock that kind of game for ultimate sale!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Some Person

      I love adventure games but most do not, there’s little reason for Microsoft to put these on sale sadly.

      • Dylan

        Who knows, maybe with Grim Fandango coming back there could be an influx of new adventure game players.

        I love them myself, but Xbox 360 isn’t really a platform suited for that type of game. PC.

        • Some Person

          Sadly Grim Fandango is a playstation exclusive… like everything else seems to be lately. :-( I honestly think we went with the wrong console this generation.

          • Dylan

            *ahem* Ah yes well lets just say that’s the platform I went with. Anyway, if you have a PC or laptop it’s coming to Steam as well. I’m just happy it’s back and getting a remaster.

            Credit to Sony for publishing it and somehow getting Disney to sign off on giving the rights to Schafer. Now everyone can play it legally instead of relying on emulators and stuff.

            Wonderful game. I was hoping to see a bit of it in the new episode of the Double FIne Documentary, but it was not to be.

          • Some Person

            It is coming to Steam? You just made my day mate. I’ve been trying my hardest to get that game to work on my current rig but the SCUMMVM equivalent for that engine doesn’t really handle it well. Man, those old LucasArts and Sierra games were the best. I still think I’m the only one who really appreciated The Dig though.

          • Dylan

            Yep, it’s coming to Steam. Oh and I love the Dig, though some of the puzzles…goddamn they were hard. Enjoyed the Spielberg story.

            I still haven’t gotten around to the Indiana Jones game.

          • Some Person

            Fate of Atlantis is superb but a little hammy depending on the route you take. Last Crusade was great back in the day (played it when it first came out) because it actually filled in gaps in the movie’s plot. Unfortunately the game is pretty hard to play without the accompanying “grail diary” booklet (copy protection of the day, haha).

            You wouldn’t happen to know the ETA for the Fandango PC remaster would you?

          • Dylan

            “And that’s not all, folks! All versions will be launching simultaneously, so everyone can play on day one and not have to worry about those spoilers you’ve been successfully avoiding for the past fifteen years. (Pro-tip: stay off Twitter.) ”

            From the Double Fine email I got. That’s all the info right now.

    • Liquidfx Xboxdude

      i really liked the sherlock games. they are very rough around the edges but there was something about them. the achievements didn’t hurt either :)

      • Dylan

        The new one is coming out soon. It sounds very ambitious. Apparently it’s a dynamic narrative that changes depending on the accusations you make.

  • Vince

    Major, I can’t believe there isn’t an official 1TB hard drive for the 360 by now. Games with Gold is great, but seriously I need a new hard drive soon and I don’t want to use a third party hard drive.

  • Reece Hunt

    Why have the free games gone from AAA titles to indie games?

    • Does Not Equal

      … what?

      • マリオ

        I’m just as lost as you are.

      • Ross Kemp

        That’s fascinating .

    • Some Person

      Nothing wrong with indie games… the question you should ask is “Why have the free games gone from good titles to rubbish?”

    • IN_YO_FACE_86

      AAA titles by their standers.lol

  • Toastwithbutter

    Anyone saw what’s next through the keyhole? :D

    • Some Person

      GTAV

      • Toastwithbutter

        Thanks, was hoping for Metal gear rising revengace, but it may show up later :P

        • Some Person

          It’s possible, it was on sale before and all this “ultimate” sale is is a bunch of repeats… I doubt it though as it seems like they’re only picking one title out of a franchise and it’s usually the newest one.

  • GenericBlackPerson420

    I want a Mass Effect Trilogy on Sale.

    • IN_YO_FACE_86

      I wish I still need to play 2 and 3.

    • Some Person

      The ME Trilogy isn’t available digitally.

    • slasaru

      It’s better come to Xbox One, improved and remastered. I would buy it at once

      • Dylan

        “improved and remastered”

        *Statler and Waldorf Muppets appear*

        Does that mean it doesn’t include the third game?
        DOHOHOHOHO

        • evilfangs .

          It just doesn’t contain the final mission, it just cuts to black.

          • Dylan

            Reminds me of the fan edit, where the crucible goes off and Shepard is bleeding with Anderson and it just ends. Works a lot better.

        • Some Person

          I don’t understand all the hate for 3. It was a solid narrative but just written without any of Karpyshyn’s input. It’s hard to tell a story that meshes when you have 4+ different writers all working on it.

          I liked that Shepard died, it was stated within an hour of the first game that (s)he would die by the time the mission was complete and (s)he did. I understand being attached to characters but the backlash was a bit too strong.

          As far as the “my choices didn’t mean anything” argument the entire third game was a result of your choices in the first two. Consider Mass Effect (the series) as a three act play. ME 1 set the lore, introduced the characters, etc. ME 2 developed the characters into complete people, brought about an impossible situation, and created internal and external conflicts. ME 3 reached the climax (Reapers attacking Earth at the end), had resolutions for almost all the story through-points introduced in the first two games, and (depending on ending) solidified Karpyshyn’s statement about why there is not any solid evidence of advanced alien life perceptible to humanity right now.

          The whole series was brilliant, a few trolls just felt the need to jump on a bandwagon with the third game.

          • Sigognac

            “Some person”, would you be kind to add a “spoiler alert” ?
            Respectfully said, for those of us who did not played it yet.
            Because will we now play 60 hours to see this issue ? Or is it really mentionned clearly at the beginning ?
            Otherwise, your explanation seems very pertinent.

          • Dylan

            Was it overblown? Perhaps.
            Did it hurt? Yes.
            Is the response to the ending a testament to how great the rest of the series was? Yes.
            Should it be taught in classrooms to show how not to end a trilogy? Absolutely.

            His explanation would be pertinent would if it addressed the arguments. Unfortunately my response has been moderated, but I didn’t really get into the specifics anyway. It isn’t just a few trolls either, I’d say the majority were perhaps not satisfied, with a minority doing crazy things on the internet.

            It just doesn’t make sense in the context of the trilogy. From a writing standpoint. To sweep an entire controversy as a band of trolls unhappy about a character death is just inaccurate. (a certain mission on Tuchanka is loved for that reason…)

            It’s like saying only a few trolls didn’t like the ending of the Matrix trilogy because Neo died, that’s just not true.

            Spoiler territory from here on out, possibly…

            Imagine if Return of the King had ended with Frodo at Mount Doom, and Sauron really being a puppet to this brand new villain (writing 101 btw, never introduce a new villain at the end of a trilogy), and Frodo can either destroy the Ring and kill all the Orcs, but also kill all elves and dwarves, or can choose to jump into Mount Doom and somehow control the orc army, or eat the ring or something and fuse Orcs with Elves and Dwarves and Humans.

            There’d be outrage. People would be confused as to what just happened, and no way in heck would it had won 11 Academy Awards.

            And that’s just one little part of why it doesn’t work.

          • Some Person

            They didn’t introduce a new villain though. That character was purely designed as a narrator much a kin to the person who spoke to the audience during the classic Greek tragedies.

            I do believe I address the arguments rather well too.

            Control (evil) — Shepard becomes a god-being and the galaxy is his/her playground.

            Whatever it was called (good) — The proper ending to the game was Shepard destroying the Reapers (as this was the goal for the entirety of the series) which also destroyed all the ancient technology. That in turn puts us back to the point of essentially being the only definitive civilization in the galaxy (where we are now). It’s hard sci-fi (with some hand waving for the element zero stuff) at some of it’s finest.

            Synthesis (neutral) — we’re down to one species still albeit an amalgamation of pre-existing ones.

            … and LotR is not the best example for “good writing” to give. Tolkien loved Deus Ex Machina and used it throughout the saga constantly because he’d write himself into corners. Brilliant mind, cunning linguist, fantastic world builder but a fairly poor writer… and people were confused by the ending of Return of the King, no one understood that the boat voyage was symbolic of death. :-P

          • Dylan

            To start, I’d just like to say, I love/hate this conversation. Hate thinking about the ending, but enjoy the exchange of ideas. It makes me sad though, as I love (loved?) Bioware and this always makes me wonder if they were dramatically rushed by EA, and whether Karpyshyn’s departure from his baby was due to EA.

            Here is where I’ll meet you. Okay maybe he isn’t expressively a new villain.

            But he certainly is not a narrator, he is basically the center-piece. He knows everything and controls everything. He makes all the choices, he leaves the player with little information, diluting any sort of choice. The entire ending hitches on this character, he shifts the entire narrative and changes the logic of the universe. That isn’t a narrator merely explaining the events. He *is* the event. This is all his design.

            The central goal was destroying the reapers, I agree. That goal is shifted when you introduce the other endings.

            The resetting of civilization is a interesting idea, but it doesn’t work because if you think about it…there wouldn’t be civilization. The Mass Relay blew up, that means the entire solar system is destroyed (according to previous Mass Effect games). Every military of every species is stranded, doomed to scour for supplies and die of starvation, while no doubt resorting to war.
            Imagine if we lost electricity for good tomorrow…

            The problem in this is that Shepard never really has a choice, or really bothers to ask.
            It’s the Citadel Child’s choice at heart.

            As for LOTR, I wasn’t making a case for Tolkien, merely giving an example of resolving conflict without completely changing it in the last 10 minutes.

            Goal
            Destroy the ring and stop Sauron. Done, confrontation at the end.
            Stop the emperor and the empire. Done, at the end.

            Stop the Reapers. Errrr…bridge the gap between synthetic life and organics? Kill all the Geth? Doom everyone? Solve the hypootheitcal problem of repeated genocide by synthetics (which is contradicted by helping the Geth/stopping the war, SHEPARD SAY SOMETHING!!).

            It was really unnecessary. I don’t care whether Shepard died, in fact it was rather obvious, the foreshadowing was heavy-handed. Keep it simple, end the trilogy with what got you there.

            Character focus.
            Diplomatic choice.
            Stop the Reapers.
            Both were muddied at the end.
            There are endless questions in logic now because of the last 10 minutes.

          • Some Person

            Karpyshyn has gone on record stating he never really had an ending in mind which is part of the big problem. He only did minor work on ME2 (was working on TOR at the time)… The only real “problem” with the end (speaking Crucible here) is that a “choice” was given. If BioWare just took it and gave a stock ending there would’ve been no issues… ok some, it’s the internet and people love to complain… even if they gave a good/bad ending it would’ve worked better… the six or seven endings with the director’s cut was ridiculous, the story wasn’t designed to be played out that way. The “end” of the Mass Effect saga is literally the entirety of ME3.

            As far as resetting civilization, it does work just fine. Would there be casualties? Yes. War? Perhaps but I’d like to believe people would work together. The Crucible’s energy created a smaller-scale destruction of the Mass Relay’s than what was eluded to in the back story so the galaxy was actually still “safe” but people just couldn’t go FTL which, again, is all about what Karpyshyn was establishing with the original narrative. If electricity were to just go out tomorrow the human race would survive… honestly we’re getting to that point in about 30-40 years when petrol runs out. Globally we are far too reliant on it and there will be massive repercussions because a bunch of rich, conservative people do everything they can to stymie research into alternative energy.

          • Some Person

            Oh, it’s been a while, what about Tuchanka are you referring to?

          • Dylan

            The entire mission was great. (hint, genophage, Mordin, female Krogan, a sacrifice (or murder), Thrasher Maw and a Reaper)

          • Some Person

            I thought they all were well done… I just don’t see why the complaints.

          • Dylan

            In my moderated comment (the first reply to you) I shot you a link to a video that organizes it pretty well, in the same vein as Plinkett for the star wars reviews.

            Don’t worry it isn’t flamboyant yelling, it’s a constructed argument. Think you’d enjoy it. Even if you don’t agree with it, it’s a good watch.

          • Some Person

            I’m unsure of what a Plinkett is.

          • Dylan

            Sorry, there’s this dude that assumes a Plinkett persona to review the Star Wars prequels in an educational funny manner. Was a pretty big thing at the time, Roger Ebert even watched them.

            Anyway doesn’t matter, the point is that it’s a constructed argument than an angry whining thing.

          • Some Person

            What spoilers did I give out? Anything I said was made very publicly known via trailers.

          • Sigognac

            If it is the case, I apologize. I did not touch yet Mass Effect 3, while still being in the previous episodes. So when you said “Shepard died”, it seems like a dramatic event in the last chapter.
            If it is well known at the beginning of the story, excuse my comment.

          • Some Person

            He said it multiple times in the first game and second game, it’s a given that it will happen if he keeps saying it will. It was poorly done foreshadowing… and the game is what three or four years old? No need for spoiler warnings at this point in time, especially given the public “outrage” that ensued.

          • Sigognac

            You are right. Forget my comment; it was just because I recently began the serie. It just seemed like some occasions when you are going to read a well known book while you hear accidentaly someone that red it tells to another that it was interesting as “he dies at the end” ;). It was no reproach at all. Just a bad hasard. That is the risk of waiting…

          • Some Person

            It is a great story, you’ll enjoy it… Shepard’s death shouldn’t change that one bit. :-)

  • jota

    I hope tomorrow you ultimate a 2013/4 game in 5 dollars for the gamestop deal

    • Some Person

      Never going to happen.

      • jota

        i totally know

    • Some guy

      Does Ninja gaiden 2 count?

      • Some Person

        Ninja Gaiden 2 wasn’t bad… I’d pick that up again for $5

        • ImTheMetalLord

          Well then looks like you are buying it cause that’s the price.

          • Some Person

            Haha, wow, they seriously charge $30 for that? That’s crazy.

          • Some guy

            That way they can pretend it’s a huge discount.

  • Rakaiju

    I’d love to see Alan Wake.

    • Some Person

      That was 3 months ago… great game but something tells me it won’t make the cut here.

    • ryder4life22187

      i’d love to see an Alan Wake 2 for the XB1 so id have a reason to buy 1.

      • Some Person

        Remedy’s gone on record saying that the IP is pretty much dead sadly… Alan Wake didn’t earn enough. Bloody shame.

      • Dylan

        Sam Lake made a pretty personal video (after Quantum Break was announced) for fans explaining that Alan Wake 2 is not happening, implying Microsoft was not going forward for a sequel and there wasn’t anything they could do. If I remember correctly it was pretty heartfelt.

        He’s a great writer and seems like a great person too.

        Found it:
        https://www you tube com/watch?v=qm8PP-Ic240

        • Some Person

          I had never seen that video… I know Remedy loved the IP… all their games are cult classics, they’ll never be that best-selling company and I’m happy that they’re not. Alan Wake and Max Payne 1 & 2 would never have been made with a studio who cares more about creating best sellers than unique games.

          They should do a KickStarter or the like, I’d definitely put money on that one.

  • Some Person

    Well GTA5 is shockingly 50% off for those who like that sort of game.

    • マリオ

      Some of these sale prices seem like what these games sell for regularly at retail. Not really much motivation to get the digital release.

      • Some guy

        I went to the store for a microsoft card to buy Suntman Ignition.
        Came out with the physical disk for 5$.
        So far I bought nothing from that “ultimate” sale.

    • ryder4life22187

      Curiosity did they ever fix the issues with the GoD version.

      • Some Person

        … for which one?

        • AC130

          GTA V has bad pop-in textures which are further worsened in the GonD version. None of this was ever really fixed. Basically it turned out that we got some badly dumb down version of the next-gen GTA V. Which looks like how the game should of been.

    • Professor Oak

      Anyone recommend Crysis 3 or Ninja Gaiden 2 at those prices?

      • Some guy

        Ninja Gaiden 2 is well made but very linear, bosses are mostly terrible.
        It’s also one of the hardest game you can play without being stupid.(As in most other games it’s hard because you can’t move to save your life or AI can pull impossible stuff or attack through walls)

      • Some Person

        I played it to the end when it came out but just didn’t feel the need to beat the last boss… it’s one of those. For $5 it’s a fun 15-20 hours.

      • Sknots

        Ive been playing Ninja Gaiden 2 for years, it has never bored me, its my favourite ninja gaiden, its truly amazing and brutal hard, sure it has some technical issues but you know it has aged well, my complain is the camera and sometimes i just feel it too unfair at least on the last two difficulties, but yeah i highly recommend it, its beautiful

    • Professor Oak

      Bastion 75% off

      • AC130

        Yes. So awesome. A repeat sale I need. :) See if they included more games with repute like Bastion it would be a better sale.

      • Alex Madero

        Thanks for letting us know. I’ve been waiting for this game to go on sale since I missed it earlier this year. I can’t wait to play it.

  • choke

    Kingdoms of Amalur is really good RPG.

    • deadbox102

      Love that game.

      • choke

        DLCs were pretty good.

  • choke

    Bastion is good. Anyone~is it worth it to buy Crysis 3?

    • Jared

      no Crysis 3 boring boring boring

      • choke

        really…?
        i m hesitating to buy this for year………
        cause i enjoyed cyrsis 2,
        sadly, everyone says that game is poop,,,,

        • Bigweazels

          Crysis 2 was very good, lengthy, and enjoyable. Crysis 3 is still kinda fun but the story is bland, kinda drags on and is repetitive. That and multiplayer is dead. If I had to rate, Crysis 2 – 8.5, Crysis 3 – 7.

  • Bigweazels

    Do yourself a favor, pick up Bastion if you have. It’s a masterpiece.

  • plnkfloydian

    Attention: I just purchased Oblivion and in my experience that pretty much guarantees it will be the next game they release for free. That is all.

  • LittlejjTwixx

    When Will Plants vs Zombies Garden warfare be on sale again its cuzz iwas a day to late :/

 
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