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Games on Demand: Trivial Pursuit, Bolt, and FaceBreaker


5:40 PM on 12.08.2009
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If games like FaceBreaker, Bolt, and Trivial Pursuit could talk, A) that'd be kind of alarming and B) they would be eternally grateful for Games on Demand. These poor games -- with the exception of maybe Bolt, because kids are silly -- would be forgotten.

Retail has no room for these outcasts. They belong on the Island of Misfit Games, if you ask me. Major Nelson tells us these three are now a part of the diverse Games on Demand family. Since all three titles aren't available in all regions, you'll want to check his blog post for the specifics.

Or, if you're really feeling feisty today, you can hit those very first links to see if the games are purchasable from your current location. Then you can click "download to Xbox 360" only to close out of the tab. FACE!






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