Xbox 12 Days of Deals: Day 3 is all about Fallout DLC

Thursday, 22nd December 2011 17:50 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Microsoft has updated its 12 Days of Deals for Xbox 360, and today, you can get Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas DLC at a discount.

Fallout: New Vegas DLC Old World Blues, Lonesome Road, Honest Hearts, and Dead Money will run you 400 MSP each, and Fallout 3 DLC Operation: Anchorage, Broken Steel, Mothership Zeta will also run you 400 MSP each.

In addition to the daily deals, the firm is also still running specials on various other titles until January 2, 2012 such as L.A. Noire – Rockstar Pass, Renegade Ops, Oblivion, LEGO Star Wars and more.



  1. NoPostOnSundays

    I really wish they had better sales, these are truly pathetic compared to Steam’s daily and ongoing deals.

    #1 3 years ago
  2. drewbles82

    they seem really bad so far compared to last years deals. I picked up loads of games last yr and the one b4.

    As for Fallout, still works out cheaper getting the game of the year edition.

    #2 3 years ago
  3. xxJPRACERxx

    @1 That’s what I was gonna write. Steam Christmas sales this year is not that great so far but compared to the Xbox one, the Xbox sales is like a bad joke.

    #3 3 years ago
  4. polygem

    the pricing on ps3 and 360 is all on demand is a freaking joke. i´d really love to use it more for games i know i will play for years to come. i can have a disc in the tray that way and some on the hdd -meaning i can be even more lazy and do not have to change discs anymore ;-)
    but halo reach for 69.99 euro when i can get it everywhere for 25 now and bought it new at launch day for 59.99? just one example. same goes for many other games. games on demand pricing must be lower than retail. 10euro+ cheaper it should be. older games should be half the price they had at launch or so. sales are most of the time totally unattractive. the dlc i wanted i already bought. to make bf2 dlc cheaper a month or so before bf3 ships is cheap indeed but morally…

    #4 3 years ago

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