Hold On to your Butts: “Ultimate” Sale comes to 360

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We here at GamersBliss want to make sure that YOU, the gamer, are in bliss. Hence the name, so we would be remissed if you didn’t tell you about a huge opportunity to be in said bliss, by  saving a buttload of money on some awesome games for the Xbox 360.

Major Nelson announced that an “Ultimate Xbox 360 Sale” is going to be coming next week that will feature 32 games in total that will be discounted at different times throughout the week. Here is a full list of those titles, so you don’t go out and buy them this weekend ;)

  •  Assassin’s Creed III
  •  Bioshock Infinite
  •  Borderlands 2
  •  Brothers in Arms: Hell’s Highway
  •  Bulletstorm
  •  Command and Conquer Red Alert 3
  •  Crysis
  •  Crysis 3
  •  Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga
  •  Dragon Age Origins
  •  Far Cry 3
  •  Far Cry Instincts Predator
  •  Forza Horizon
  •  Gears of War: Judgement
  •  Hasbro Family Game Night 3
  •  Hitman Absolution
  •  Kinect Sports 2
  •  Left 4 Dead 2
  •  Lego Batman 2: DC Superheroes
  •  Lego Lord of the Rings
  •  Mass Effect
  •  Metal Gear Rising: Revengence
  •  Monopoly Streets
  •  Perfect Dark Zero
  •  Prey
  •  Rockstar Table Tennis
  •  The Orange Box
  •  Tomb Raider
  •  Witcher 2
  •  WWE 13
  •  XCOM: Enemy Unknown

Quite the list of titles there, personally, I’ve been wanting to get Borderlands 2 for a while now, I keep hearing good things and this might just be the push I need.

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We’re also looking forward to seeing more of this kind of stuff in the future, as the next consoles get closer and closer, Microsoft and Sony are going to do all they can to try and shift people’s buying habits to digital copies, it just makes sense. What they need to realize is that most consumers aren’t stupid, they’re not going to pay 60$ for a game download when they could spend the same on a physical disk that could have some value, be it resale or just lending it to a friend. They need to drop the prices, by 10-15$ on new releases, if they’re going to see significant sales from digital downloads, and also slowly lower the price as time goes on. If they followed that model, I probably wouldn’t ever buy a physical disk again, except in rare circumstances.

But, I digress, these are some great titles that will hopefully be at a great price. Stick to GamersBliss for more information about which games are on sale when, we’ll be updating daily, so stay posted, and keep striving for your gamer’s bliss!

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