Microsoft has begun the second half of its Countdown to 2014 Xbox 360 game download sale, with deep price cuts on Games on Demand and Xbox Live Arcade titles until December 31st.
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Microsoft has started its Countdown to 2014 sales event for downloadable Xbox 360 games, with deep discounts and special daily deals from now until December 31st.
The subscribers for Microsoft's Xbox Live Gold service can now download the full version of Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed II for the Xbox 360 via Games on Demand for free until July 30th.
Microsoft is still not planning to offer day-and-date releases of major retail Xbox 360 games via download due to the company wanting to maintain "strong partnerships with retailers."
Even though Valve's Gabe Newell has been critical of Windows 8, it hasn't appeared to hamper the developer's relationship with Microsoft, as all of its Xbox 360 games but one are on Games on Demand.
Microsoft will be selling a number of its games found on its Xbox 360 Games on Demand service for as much as 75 percent off their normal prices starting next week.
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