Cyber Monday sales include some Xbox Live Arcade titles

Cyber Monday 2011 is in full force and a number of online stores and retailers are offering price cuts on a number of items, both physical and digital. One example of the latter can be found for owners of Microsoft's Xbox 360 console. For today only four Xbox Live Arcade games can be purchased and downloaded with savings between 50 to 75 percent.

 Major Nelson reports that the Xbox Live Arcade games on sale today include the Mortal Kombat Arcade Collection. It's price has been reduced for today only to just 400 Microsoft points. Dungeons and Dragons Daggerdale, the recent fantasy RPG, gets a price cut down to 600 Microsoft points compared to its normal 1200 points. The re-release of Beyond Good and Evil can be yours today for just 240 Microsoft points. Finally, Risk Factions, a downloadable version of the classic board game, now has a 200 Microsoft points charge for Cyber Monday.

Fancy a new laptop? Alienware wants to sell you one of its high-end gaming PC notebooks on Cyber Monday. You can also get a $100 price cut if you put in the promo code D95K0RNX$OXF10 at checkout

IBUYPOWER.com has listed a number of gaming PC desktop with price reductions for Cyber Monday 2011. You can also get any PC from $999 and higher for 50 percent off, excluding those special desktops, if you put in the code "thanksgiving" at check out.

OriginPC also has some online only deals at its web site. They include items like a free SDD upgrade for their EON17 laptop, a free upgrade from 4 GB of memory to 16 GB on the EPN15-S laptop and a free update from a single NVIDIA 580 graphics card to a dual NVIDIA 580 set-up on the Genesis and Millenium desktops.

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Kirkburn said,
Really recommend Beyond Good & Evil!

Had already bought MKAK the day it came out, but I did get Beyond Good & Evil and Risk Factions. Figured what the hell, they're dirt cheap at that price.