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Monday Night Combat Half Off Today Only

Posted on Wednesday, December 29 @ 15:37:28 Eastern by
It's no secret that I'm a big fan of Monday Night Combat's mix of Defense of the Ancients and Team Fortress 2. Tons of fun.

Unfortunately, as a downloadable title, the online community tends to dwindle a lot faster than your Calls of Duty or your Halos. Luckily for me (new people to play with!) and for you (a great deal on an awesome game!) Microsoft have made MNC part of their winter games countdown 2011!

Today only, you can hop on your Xbox 360 or online at Xbox.com and pick up Monday Night Combat for just 600 Microsoft points. If you don't have a handy-dandy conversion chart for Microsoft's funny money, you'll be happy to hear that 600 points is $7.50, a whopping 50% off.

I guarantee you'll be getting your money's worth and if you really need convincing, why not check out my review here?


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