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Xbox Live Launches Shocktober Savings Sales

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With Halloween set to kick off next week, Xbox Live has started its Shocktober Sales. This would allow Xbox gamers to find their favorite games available at a discounted price. However, titles that are included on the current list have a horror or scary theme. The list also includes Resident Evil 4, which is now priced at $10.

Listed below are the games that are on sale for Xbox Live’s Shocktober Sale:

  • Resident Evil 4 HD – $9.99
  • Dead Rising 2 – $15
  • Ugly Americans: Apocalypsegeddon – 400 MSP
  • Alan Wake’s American Nightmare – 600 MSP

Although not yet discounted, the games listed below are also part of the sale.

  • Alan Wake – $29.99
  • Condemned – $19.99
  • Deadspace – $14.99
  • Left 4 Dead – $19.99
  • Dante’s Inferno – $14.99
  • Castlevania: Harmony of Despair – 1200 MSP
  • Deadlight – 1200 MSP
  • Haunt – 800 MSP
  • I Am Alive – 1200 MSP
  • Zombie Apocalypse: Never Die Alone – 800 MSP
  • Dead Rising: Case Zero – 400 MSP

Gamers can check out the Xbox Marketplace for more information, as well as updates on new prices for the mentioned games.

Bioshock Deal of the Week and Many More

Aside from the Shocktober Sale, Xbox also released its Deal of the Weak, which features Bioshock. This could mean good news for fans, as everything listed below is priced with 50 percent discount.

  • Bioshock 1 – $9.99
  • Bioshock 2 – $9.99
  • Minerva’s Den – 400 MSP
  • The Protector Trials – 200 MSP
  • Rapture Metro – 400 MSP
  • Sinclair Solutions Tester Pack – 200 MSP

In addition, Kinect Central: Leedmees is on special sale, and it’s now available on the Xbox Marketplace for 400 MSP. Xbox also released its lone Xbox Live Arcade title yesterday, the Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus – 1200 MSP. There is also the Dark Souls “Artorias of the Abyss” DLC, which gamers can have for 1200 MSP.

The Xbox 360 System Update

Prior to this, Microsoft released a system update for its Xbox 360 last week. The biggest changes that users saw here are the revamped dashboard, Internet Explorer usage and Pinning.

The system’s user interface was updates with a couple of things, including its new layout with more tiles. There’s also the TV and Movie Channel combo, as well as the Sports destination for the U.S. users.

In addition, the Internet Explorer on Xbox lets users to easily find and view Web content on their home screen. Pinning, on the other hand, allows gamers to personalize their dashboard, save their favorite movies, TV shows, games, music, videos, and many more on their home screen.

For those who don’t have the updates Xbox 360 system, it’s now available for download, and it will only take a couple of minutes to install.

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