Microsoft has announced more retailers will start carrying the Xbox 360 bundle which includes a 4GB console with Kinect and a two-year Live subscription with the upfront cost of $99, and 24 months of Xbox LIVE Gold at $14.99 per month. The offer will be expanded to all Best Buy stores and select GameStop locations later this month. This next phase of the pilot program will be limited in terms of timing and the number of units available, so if you want in on the deal, hurry. Thanks, Major Nelson.
Innovation, new IP, and putting creators first: how PS4 and PlayStation VR defy end-of-generation trends
PS4 is looking stronger than ever. The future is bright for Sony’s flourishing platform.
It’s the 4K TV deal that simply won’t go away. The price of the LG OLED55B7V has been see-sawing up and down throughout Black Friday and now it’s settled down once again for £1399 at John Lewis.
Looking to snap up a PS4 Pro during the Black Friday sales? Well, now’s a pretty great time if you’re looking to jump up to Sony’s more powerful gaming box as countless retailers look to lure you in with a sweet PS4 Pro deal.
$99 Xbox 360 Bundle
Microsoft’s Larry Hryb has announced the welcome extension of the Xbox 360 subscription deal to US chain retailers Best Buy and Gamestop. The deal, which includes a 4GB Xbox 360 and Kinect for $99 plus two year’s subscription fee of $14.99, was previously only available through Microsoft’s rare retail outlets until the firm announced a […]