Wake up the kids -- the Xbox 360 "Games on Demand" channel has been hit with three great family-friendly classics this week!
First up is Ubisoft's Far Cry 2, for $29.99. Kick back with your 4-year-old and explore the jungles of Central Africa. Then there's Kane & Lynch, also $29.99, the perfect game to teach your children about relationships, friendship, and communication. Finally, there's Shrek the Third ($29.99), which is apparently about a big green monster that partnered up with a talking donkey to turn a human woman into his grotesque bride. What. The. Hell?
All of the games are available now, so go get 'em.
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