XBOX Live – ‘Celebrating 10 years with a free game

In November 2002 Microsoft released their Xbox LIVE service and to celebrate their first decade of service, Microsoft have discounted some of the more popular games.

In addition to the discounted games though is the news that Wreckateer is available for free for 2 days as a little birthday present to LIVE subscribers!!!!

  • Bastion – Now 600 MSP (reduced from 1200 MSP)
  • Battlefield 1943 – Now 600 MSP (reduced from 1200 MSP)
  • Castle Crashers – Now 600 MSP (reduced from 1200 MSP)
  • Fruit Ninja Kinect – Now 400 MSP (reduced from 800 MSP)
  • Full House Poker – Now 400 MSP (reduced from 800 MSP)
  • Gemoetry Wars: Retro Evolved – Now 200 MSP (reduced from 400 MSP)
  • Peggle – Now 400 MSP (reduced from 800 MSP)

Let us know what you have enjoyed over the 10 year service, will you be picking up of any of these games or have you played them to death already? What do you think is the best game released on Xbox LIVE? Let us know your thoughts by leaving a comment below.

David Bevan

David has been a computer lover since a young age with fond memories of the NES which created a strong loyalty to Nintendo until Sony hit the market. Moving from Nintendo to a Playstation 1 and Playstation 2, the next generation of consoles saw him move his loyalties yet again, this time to the XBbox 360. David is often found playing games when not working or following his other passion of comics. David worked in the computer games industry for the last 7 years as a support manager for an MMORPG before taking a step away from the industry and living his passion for gaming through his achievement hunting in his spare time and through writing for our website.

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