Microsoft begins week long Xbox 360 Ultimate Games Sale

Halo: Reach is one of the Xbox 360 digital games on sale for today only.

Microsoft may have cut the price of one digital Xbox One game, Ryse: Son of Rome, for one week, but Xbox 360 owners will be able to take atvantage of deep reductions in the prices of many digital games for the next seven days as well.

As posted on Major Nelson, Microsoft's Xbox 360 Ultimate Games Sale will offer price cuts that will last from now until February 25th, along with extra daily sales. Here is the list of games that will have their prices reduced for the next week:

  • Portal 2 - $9.89
  • Mass Effect - $3.74
  • Asura's Wrath - $7.59
  • DiRT 3 - $4.99
  • Driver: San Francisco - $6.59
  • Fable III - $7.49
  • Batman: Arkham City - $4.99
  • Motorcross Madness - $1.99
  • Alan Wake's American Nightmare - $2.99
  • Guardians of Middle-Earth - $1.04
  • Dungeons and Dragons: Daggerdale - $1.99
  • Rock Band Blitz - $4.04
  • Dust: An Elysian Tale - $2.99

In addition, the following Xbox 360 games will have their digital prices cut from now until the end of the day today:

  • Dishonored - $9.89
  • Armored Core: Verdict Day - $7.39
  • Dante's Inferno - $3.74
  • RUSE - $6.59
  • Halo: Reach - $7.49
  • Capcom Arcade Cabinet - $1.74
  • Runner2 - $1.94
  • Bastion - $2.99

Source: Major Nelson | Image via Microsoft

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Picked up DiRT 3 as part of this, and got F1 2013 on offer as well, both cheaper than Amazon pre-owned I'm chuffed, love my driving and racing games I got LocoCycle for 360 and my One, it's a weird game, but no game on the One made me laugh like LC has!

Had Driver San Francisco since its launch day, waste of money, it is only 3 hours long, I played it constantly being a Driver fan, even £2.69 on offer is too much, just a shame being a fan caused me to waste £35 on launch day for it

That's good! But I meant I hope when there are more titles on the Xbox One, we'll see deep discounts on multiple titles at once like this, not just at the end of the console's life like what's happening with this 360 sale.

Motocross Madness is great to play and with friends too. For an Avatar Famestar game it's done very well. Driver, well, not so great TBH.

I'd like to buy Dirt3, but I'll probably never get around to play it, much like a lot of other games I have yet to touch.

AR556 said,
I'd like to buy Dirt3, but I'll probably never get around to play it, much like a lot of other games I have yet to touch.

I agree, ever since MS gives us 2 free games every month, I hardly have time to play all those games. Right now, I am playing "Dead Island". The next free game is already out. MS is spoiling us.

Jollibee said,
If you don't have a steering wheel, don't buy DiRT 3. The gymkhana sessions in the game will just annoy you.

Even if I liked DiRT 2, with a standard controller?

AR556 said,

Even if I liked DiRT 2, with a standard controller?

Yes. Doing all the mandatory Gymkhana sessions in the game with the controller is like going through an ordeal. And that part of the game forced me to buy a steering wheel just to make a good progress on the game's career mode.

Jollibee said,

Yes. Doing all the mandatory Gymkhana sessions in the game with the controller is like going through an ordeal. And that part of the game forced me to buy a steering wheel just to make a good progress on the game's career mode.

Know what you mean, the steering is too oversensitive with the pad, I find that with a lot of driving games that are optimized for wheels, like Forza and DiRT. I loved DiRT Showdown, so had to pick D3 up

They really only put older games or crap games on sale (game that are off their peak of sales, and at low levels). The 'sale' boasts sale numbers of games that would other wise see a steady drop.

tytytucke said,
They really only put older games or crap games on sale (game that are off their peak of sales, and at low levels). The 'sale' boasts sale numbers of games that would other wise see a steady drop.


You're probably right. I wonder when the next EA golf game will come out! "Tiger Woods-Less" I hear.
Maybe this will come down in price after that.

those are some nice deals. will pick up guardians of middle earth.
and that's like 20% cheaper for dust than on steam. pretty impressive.

Edited by aviator189, Feb 18 2014, 5:03pm :