Stock Up on Some Mediocre and/or Old XBOX 360 Games UPDATED


Starting on the 19th, a gaggle of Games on Demand are going on sale, including our next game club game, 2008′s Prince of Persia Alone in the Dark. Check out the updated list, after the break. 

Up to 75% select GonD titltes June 19 – 25 Standard Price Discount PriceDiscount %Savings
Alone in the Dark $    19.99 $     4.9975%-$15.00
Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WW II $    19.99 $     4.9975%-$15.00
Bolt $    19.99 $     4.9975%-$15.00
Bomberman Act: Zero $    19.99 $     4.9975%-$15.00
Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs $    19.99 $     4.9975%-$15.00
Conan $    14.99 $     3.9973%-$11.00
Dark Void $    19.99 $     4.9975%-$15.00
FaceBreaker $    19.99 $     4.9975%-$15.00
Kameo $    19.99 $     4.9975%-$15.00
Meet the Robinsons $    19.99 $     4.9975%-$15.00
Open Season $    19.99 $     4.9975%-$15.00
Perfect Dark Zero $    19.99 $     4.9975%-$15.00
Prince of Persia The Forgotten Sands $    14.99 $     4.9973%-$11.00
Rockstar Table Tennis $    19.99 $     4.9975%-$15.00
SEGA Superstars Tennis $    19.99 $     4.9975%-$15.00
Surf’s Up $    19.99 $     4.9975%-$15.00
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter $    19.99 $     4.9975%-$15.00
Tornado Outbreak $    19.99 $     4.9975%-$15.00
Virtua Tennis 2009 $    19.99 $     4.9975%-$15.00
Viva Pinata Party Animals $    19.99 $     4.9975%-$15.00

Yes, this almost entirely a repost of a story on Joystiq,which is now incorrect, but if you plan on playing PoP Alone in the Dark with us, here’s your chance to get it for $5.
Oh, and what the hell is Tornado Outbreak? Tell us what games you’ll be picking up in the comments.A lot of stinkers, a few mehs, and a couple of dated launch games. PoP is the stand out; Dark Void is worth $5 to check out a couple levels and listen to Nolan North (who also voices the prince in PoP); Sega Superstars Tennis is pretty fun; and at these rock-bottom prices, I’m going to throw Conan and the critically-panned Bionic Commando onto my backlog list of shame.

via Major Nelson, by way of Joystiq

Co-host of the show, video game archivist and historian, UI specialist, and name dropper. Jon Anderson is one of the founding members of Fantastic Neighborhood.