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Soulcalibur IV, MOH Airborne hit Games on Demand


5:20 PM on 06.01.2010
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Making me wonder if anyone is actually buying this stuff, two more games have been added to Xbox 360 Games on Demand.

Medal of Honor: Airborne is now available is now available for $19.99. The 5 gig download is good prep for the upcoming series reboot (simply called Medal of Honor), its big innovation being that you can drop in on the battlefield from a parachute. If you're looking for more close-encounters combat, you might want ton consider Soulcalibur IV, which is now also available, also for $19.99.

I often let you guys know about these things, and the reaction is usually "I can get this stuff cheaper used or at retail" or "Full price and no game box? No way!" I doubt Microsoft will release sales figures, but someone simply has to be buying this stuff if they keep releasing it… right?

Games of Demand: MOH Airborne and Soulcalibur IV [Major Nelson]






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