GAME, the British retailer, is selling downloadable Xbox content over the counter in a six-month trial at 40 stores. XBLA code is given to customers on a card and content includes Xbox Live arcade titles as well as additional downloadable material for games, MCV reports. Prices range from £3.40-£10.20 and are priced …
Once you've plugged these in
Do they get added to your LIVE account, or do you have to keep the memory card safe forever?
That's a smart move
I remember buying games for my Speccy for £1.99 as a kid.
Poket money games.
I really fancy the Arcade version of Perfect Dark in shiny 1080p, but I don't have a credit card, and I doubt I'd use the points for owt else.
Spending a fiver in a shop and getting a USB drive is an idea that sits much better in my head.
Yes, I know I'm weird....
or if you only have mobile broadband....
....where downloading a gig costs an arm and a leg
Very good idea
It's an interesting method, but I reckon it'll work well.
So what safeguards are in place to stop someone buying the flash drive with the DLC on, copying it, and letting someone else use it?
Seeing as this is targeted towards those with no internet connection, the 360 will obviously not phone home to authenticate.
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