The lights are on
If you want to stock up on some great games for the summer, Microsoft might have a good reason for you to wait just a little bit longer.
Announced on Major Nelson's blog, the "Ultimate Game Sale" begins next week on Xbox Live. We don't know how long each game will be on sale or what the discounts will be, unfortunately, though Hryb promises tweets and blog posts "each time a new group of titles goes on sale."
The list features some terrific games, including Bioshock Infinite, Borderlands 2, Far Cry 3, Left 4 Dead 2, The Orange Box, and X-Com: Enemy Unknown.
Check out the comprehensive list below:
[Source: Major Nelson]
Depending on the price I may get 1 or 2 of these. I'm not expecting a big discount though.
I hope this includes DLC. I've been waiting for a sale on the Borderlands 2 season pass.
Knowing Microsoft's cheap self, they will be on sale for 5 bucks off..
Nice. Might get X-COM or LEGO LOTR (If it's priced reasonably).
I remember buying perfect dark zero for 60 bucks way back when the 360 launched, it was the first game I bought. Yesterday I was in gamestop and it was being sold for $1.79, I can't see this sale beating that price but I just thought I'd share this semi-random story.
There are plenty of games I want on that list so I will be on the lookout!
I own almost all of these but this is awesome for ppl who missed out. A lot of great games.
Let's see....Hitman, Lego LotR, Mass Effect, Tomb Raider, Witcher 2. Oh yes.
*Sigh* Xbox gets a sale right after I spend my money on a Wii game. Go figure. The titles that will be on sale are some great tittles. Wonder how much the discount is? Probably 20% to 50%.
wwe 13 or witcher 2 are the only ones I care about,the rest I either have or could not care less about
I might get the ones I was never able to play. Like "Prey", "Forza Horizon" or "Lego Lord of the Rings". Maybe "Divinity 2" which looks awesome.
They won't be discounted by much. Amazon ftw.
That'll be the day when I actually see a sale worth jumping on that's offered by Microsoft... I remember them being so lame compared to Steam's generosity.