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Xbox 360 Games on Demand Sale Knocks GRAW and Other Co-op Game Prices Way Down
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Xbox 360 Games on Demand Sale Knocks GRAW and Other Co-op Game Prices Way Down

Microsoft's Games on Demand service is infamous for its non-competitive prices. They often cost much more than current retail prices and seldom even go on sale. That makes this week's Games on Demand sale pretty special. Most of the sale games are pretty old, but their prices have been slashed down to just five bucks in most cases. Plus, the sale includes plenty of co-op offerings. I'm talking about Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter, Perfect Dark Zero, Tornado Outbreak, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, and Kameo, all super cheap this week.

The full Games on Demand Sale list: (Co-op titles bolded)

  • Alone in the Dark - 400 Points
  • Blazing Angels - 400 Points
  • Bomberman Act: Zero - 400 Points
  • Bolt - 400 Points
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops - 3038 Points (How generous!)
  • Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs - 400 Points
  • Conan - 320 Points
  • Dark Void - 400 Points
  • Facebreaker - 400 Points
  • Kameo - 400 Points
  • Meet the Robinsons - 400 Points
  • Open Season - 400 Points
  • Perfect Dark Zero - 400 Points
  • Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands - 400 Points
  • Rockstar Table Tennis - 400 Points
  • SEGA Superstar Tennis - 400 Points
  • Surf's Up - 400 Points
  • Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter - 400 Points
  • Tornado Outbreak - 400 Points
  • Virtua Tennis 2009 - 400 Points
  • Viva Pinata Party Animals - 400 Points

Will you guys be picking any of these titles up? I can see parents stocking up on the kids' licensed titles - I grabbed Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs and Prince of Persia, myself. If you're hurting for hard drive space, remember that you can buy multiple games now and just download some or all of them later.

The Games on Demand Sale lasts through Monday, June 25.


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