Xbox 360 Games on Demand: COD3 and RSV2

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

Content: Call Of Duty 3
Price: Check pricing for your region
Availability: All Xbox LIVE regions except Japan
Dash Text: (Online Interactions Not Rated by the ESRB) Download the manual for this game by locating the game on http://marketplace.xbox.com and selecting “See Game Manual”. Follow the Allies on the Normandy Breakthrough campaign as they push inland to liberate Paris and take the first step on the path to Berlin. Through a seamless narrative that delivers the rush of unrelenting battle and breathtaking action, players assume the roles of four ordinary Allied soldiers—American, British, Canadian and Polish—and are thrust onto an authentic, living battlefield for an unprecedented variety of combat. Experience advanced high-definition graphics, detailed character animations, and explosive on-screen action, delivering the most immersive and cinematically intense war experience ever. There are no refunds for this item. For more information, see www.xbox.com/live/accounts.

Add Call Of Duty 3 to your Xbox 360 download queue

 

Content: Rainbow Six Vegas 2
Price: Check pricing for your region
Availability: All Xbox LIVE regions
Dash Text: (Online Interactions Not Rated by the ESRB) Download the manual for this game by locating the game on http://marketplace.xbox.com and selecting “See Game Manual”. The sequel to the award-winning next-generation first-person shooter returns to Sin City. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas 2 is your last chance to rescue Vegas from an escalating terrorist siege that will force you into heart-pounding action from beginning to end. The best are back and this time winner takes all. There are no refunds for this item. For more information, see www.xbox.com/live/accounts

Add Rainbow Six Vegas 2 to your Xbox 360 download queue

PLUS: Xbox LIVE Members in Japan now purchase The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.

 

 

Comments

  • Jay ITFC

    20 quid each!? Sort the pricing out FFS…

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  • Askanison4

    lol 20 quid for Vegas 2 isn’t the worst I’ve heard… pity Vegas 1 was better and it’s still 20 quid:/
    See, if Vegas 1 was maybe £8… then I’d get it… I loved that game.😛

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  • radink360

    Prices are crazy. I just saw R6V2 in the store for $15.

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  • SoulAssassin808

    Lets all go to the local retail store and get both for $15!!

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  • Pemalite

    $49.95 for Call of Duty 3?
    Heck, Call of Duty 2 is still $49.95 on Games on Demand…
    Both of which I can pick up for $15 in a bargain bin!

    And Mass Effect is STILL $99.95 AU, almost tempted to use a VPN to America, create a new account and get them all at a fraction of the cost! Or just download them illegal for the PC, as these prices simply are -not- worth it.

    It probably wouldn’t bother me as much if they had a 25%/50% off deal-of-the-week kind of thing for Games on Demand Games, I’d be all for that, but I doubt that will ever happen.

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  • shane86

    Wow Call of Duty 3, that game had probably the most laggy online I’ve ever witnessed

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  • xfoolsgoldx

    I can get these games new for half the price microsoft want me to download these for.And i can sell hard copy if i wanted or take round a freinds.

    These prices are rubbish.

    The End.

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  • tootupontheroof

    it’s gotta be said, the prices (particularly in the uk) are awful. if these games were £10, i’d have downloaded a few, i’m not paying £20 for any. i thought dlc was meant to be cheaper than retail?

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  • Big Poppa Ryan

    Prices are crazy, maybe if they were round about £14.99 i’d bother paying for these.

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  • tabicat

    I don’t know how you can do your job, Major. I would have to take a shower after posting these obscene prices for this ridiculous service. Microsoft should be flying their flags at half-mast every day Major posts a new GoD update, in honor of the lost shame that all Xbox Live employees must bear.

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  • Candy Bling

    Stop crying and go to work, then you can pay the prices. I love this service and already have downloaded 4 Titles!

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  • r3dreck

    Why would anyone buy Games on Demand? Take up HD space, overpriced, and can’t ever sell them.

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  • metallicorphan

    @Tabicat-well if Major doesn’t want his job,I’ll have it!!…best job in the world:)

    as for the pricing,this comes up everytime a new game comes on the demand service,the game has no packaging,no shipping and no middle man/retailer(also we have to pay for the broadband connection to download these titles)so these prices are not justified,and as others say,why older games and newer games are the same price is also puzzling

    and if you really want this GoD to take off,it would be nice to give us a choice of buying the 250gb HDD separately

    it would be interesting to see the sale figures for these

    rant over(for now)

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  • Arsenic13

    PRICING FAIL. But of course our outrage is never mentioned on Majors Podcast even though we complain on HIS site, FOR the community.

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  • MTS SNAKE MX

    in mexico is not available Rainbow Six Vegas 2

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  • DayMouse

    Call of Duty 3 £9.95 from Zavvi. Play it then sell it on for £5-£6 easily so in total the game has cost you £4-£5!!!!!! These on demand prices are CCRRAAAAAAAAAAZZYY

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  • Matu Flp Krawfe

    @Arsenic13

    “We complain for the community?” Ha! We only complain for ourselves to help mediate the personal feelings of angst and frustration caused by some apparent injustice. The good of “the community” holds no part in this process, only our own sense of well being and equity in relation to ourselves.

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  • The PerfectCr

    Tabicat wins post of the year! “don’t know how you can do your job, Major. I would have to take a shower after posting these obscene prices for this ridiculous service. Microsoft should be flying their flags at half-mast every day Major posts a new GoD update, in honor of the lost shame that all Xbox Live employees must bear.”

    Seriously Major, isn’t time to address this head on?

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  • moocow21

    Pretty good games, but $15-20 would be reasonable prices.

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  • QualityJeverage

    You’re all correct! Major Nelson is an evil overlord who sits in a tower made of skulls and lost souls, drinking blood and cackling maniacally as you pay for overpriced games, which he has complete control over.

    OR,

    He has nothing to do with these prices and really doesn’t deserve the crap you guys are giving him. Go whine to the publishers (*cough*Activision*cough*), if you want to see what the real problem with this industry is.

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  • HeavenOrHell

    http://www.gamestop.com/Catalog/ProductDetails.aspx?product_id=60735

    $14.99 for COD 3 right there. Some of the prices for these games are absolutely insane. Whoever decides the prices for these games should be slapped. And the person who thought it would be ok to charge $30 for a launch game(COD 2) should be fired.

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  • xfoolsgoldx

    I dont think anyone blames Major Nelson for the price of the games.

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  • Major Nelson

    I’ve said it before, but I’l repeat: I’ve given feedback on these prices to many folks. As was pointed out, I don’t control these prices and I try to provide the information of what is new on Marketplace as a service.

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  • ElektroDragon

    What’s the point in only releasing two of these at a time? PSN released over 100 downloadable conversions of retail PSP games in one shot recently. You are just delaying your potential revenue stream with this trickle approach.

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  • Exu

    I can get CoD3 for under a tenner, and that’s still too much.

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