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Guilty Gear hits XBLA next week, Arkham City on sale this week

Surprise! Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus is coming to Xbox Live in North America on October 24. We previously learned only its Japanese release window, and had no confirmation of western release at all. But you'll be able to engage in vintage metal-inspired 2D fighting next week for 1200 Microsoft...

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PopCap deals, Red Johnson's Chronicles on XBLA next week

Major Nelson has posted the latest round of content headed to Xbox Live and, while most of it is familiar territory, there are a few choice nuggets to be found. First up is Red Johnson's Chronicles - One Against All. The murder mystery adventure game from Lexis Numerique will arrive next Wednesday...

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LA Noire deals on XBLM this week, Bastion deal and Rhythm Party next week

A month after the last half-off deal for Bastion on XBLA, Microsoft is offering the discount again. If you happened to miss out on our #5 game of 2011, you can pick it up for 600 Microsoft Points from January 31 through February 6. If you're eager to spend money this week, all LA Noire DLC is half...

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Coming to Xbox Live: Saints Row 3 and Magic DLC, tower defense deals

If you're looking to squeeze a little more fun out of those holiday titles, or if you're craving some tower defense, the next batch of Xbox Live content is for you. First up, Magic: The Gathering -Duels of the Planeswalkers 2012 will receive its third deck expansion tomorrow, January 11, for 400...

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Halo prices dropped across the board on XBLM today, discounts on other titles in the pipeline

It's pretty unlikely at this point that you own an Xbox 360 without a copy of Halo: Reach in some form or another. But if for some crazy reason you just got an Xbox 360 and you're still missing out on Bungie's swan song to the Spartans, Microsoft's got a digital version of the game discounted...

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Xbox Live schedule: Sonic CD is $5, Rock of Ages half price, more!

Major Nelson has dropped yet another Xbox Live knowledge bomb, this time revealing upcoming Xbox Live Arcade titles, the latest Deal of the Week promotion and more. In addition to Joe Danger and a heaping helping of DLC, Xbox Live Arcade will receive Sonic CD this week, with the Blue Blur...

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XBLM deals: Mass Effect 2 and Microsoft Studios DLC, Gamertag change

Major Nelson has posted the Xbox Live Marketplace schedule for the next few weeks, including some good deals and one strange one. This week's Deal of the Week is for Mass Effect 2 DLC. Gold members can snag "Lair of the Shadow Broker" and "Kasumi -- Stolen Memory" for $3.50 each, half the usual...

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GTA 4, Red Dead Redemption DLC discounts in XBLM's weekly deals

This week and next, Microsoft is offering savings on DLC for the Xbox 360 versions of Grand Theft Auto IV and Red Dead Redemption -- discounts that, if you were straining to tie them into GTA somehow, you might call "a steal." From today through July 18, you'll be able to get the RDR Undead...

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Dance Central tracks discounted on Xbox Live this week

Dance Central beats are price dropping until June 20 for Xbox Live Gold members. The "Dance Central Marathon Pack" for 1680 MSP ($21, 50% off) is the best deal for 14 songs. The Marathon Pack includes all the tracks from the four individually discounted track packs (1, 2, 3, 4) except for three:...

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Oblivion expansions, Fallout 3 DLC half off on XBL this week

It's been nearly five years, but that notorious Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion "Horse Armor" DLC is finally on sale. Along with the "Shivering Isles" and "Knights of the Nine" expansion packs, the equine armor is discounted by 50 percent as this week's Xbox Live deal. Keeping with the Bethesda...

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