April is shaping up to be a big one for Xbox 360 owners, especially if they like getting their hands on Gears of War 3 early. That multiplayer beta leads a long list of content that Microsoft confirmed for April today, from Xbox Live Arcade games to deals on tons of other stuff.
Streaming video game service OnLive plans to start offering a flat-rate video game plan for their on demand service starting next month, the company said today.
Alan Wake, which released May 18, arrives on the Xbox Live Marketplace's Games on Demand service six months later.
Why does Microsoft seem to be selling Halo Reach over Xbox Live right now for $1250? Answer from Microsoft: They're not, and they don't plan to sell Reach as a downloadable game.
Microsoft has today added Medal Of Honor: Airborne and Soulcalibur IV to the 360's Games on Demand service, both for the "getting warmer, guys" price of $20.
Back in 2008, the people who made Halo 3 had a warning for fans: Play the game from the disc; not from a harddrive. Today, Microsoft has a seeming contradictory sales pitch. [UPDATED: Microsoft comments]
Microsoft added two more titles to its range of Games on Demand titles today, with the release of Fallout 3 and Street Fighter IV onto the Xbox 360's digital shopfront.
Every weekend in March, Microsoft will be discounting Games on Demand for Windows titles, kicking things off with 75% off the critically acclaimed Batman: Arkham Asylum this Friday through Monday.
Your Xbox Live Arcade and Games on Demand budgeting for February can begin, thanks to Microsoft's schedule for the month's new digital releases and deals, including a more affordable version of Battlefield 1943 for Xbox Live Arcade.
The library of Xbox 360 games available "on demand" has expanded by two today with the addition of EA's original Skate and Brave? Brave: A Warrior's Tale? Something like that.
Those downloadable versions of Xbox 360 games, wild and crazy in their Games On Demand pricing, have ventured closer to reasonable as of today, with a handful of titles getting slashed.
Rare's 2008 platformer meets vehicle builder Banjo Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts is the latest addition to the Xbox 360 Games on Demand library, a perfect opportunity to see what all the genre fuss was about by way of digital download.
To help Americans celebrate Thanksgiving in a not-that-retro style, Microsoft will next Tuesday be offering two new games for download via their Games on Demand service.