A few new (old) games hit Microsoft’s Games on Demand digital distribution platform this morning, dudes. According to Mr. Xbox LIVE, Major Nelson, the kickin’ rad cooperative shooter Army of Two, the bold racer Midnight Club: LA, and Sonic Unleashed have joined the sea of other ancient videogames available for download. Army of Two, surprisingly, is the cheapest of the bunch, priced at an agreeable (and roughly) 20 bones in the US. Sonic Unleashed and Midnight Club: LA are locked in at around 30 US bones for whatever silly reason.
Those in Korea and Japan won’t be able to get Army of Two or Midnight Club: LA.
With that boring clerical stuff said, we wonder what you’ll be downloading this week via Games on Demand. The choice seems clear on the surface: it’s a pick between fist pounds and golden guns, cars and blur, and a blue squirrel.
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