Gold Member Deal of the Week (Monday) Sonic The Hedgehog (whatever $3 is in points)
Retail North America (Tuesday) James Cameron's Avatar: The Game MX vs ATV: Reflex Rogue Warrior
XBLA Call of Duty: Classic (1200 points, Wednesday)
Demos Bayonetta (free, Thursday)
Rock Band DLC (Tuesday, 160 points each or 440 for each pack) * "Come As You Are" (Live from MTV Unplugged) - Nirvana * "Lithium" (Live at Reading) - Nirvana * "Smells Like Teen Spirit" - Nirvana * "(You Can Still) Rock in America" - Night Ranger * "Don't Tell Me You Love Me" - Night Ranger * "You're Gonna Hear It From Me" - Night Ranger
Guitar Hero 5 DLC (Thursday, 160 points each or 440 for the pack) * "Panic Attack" by The Fall of Troy * "A Classic Case of Transference" by The Fall of Troy * "Single" by The Fall of Troy
Other DLC Fight Night Round 4: Rivalries (Thursday; $10 for the bundle but you can also buy parts individually) Lips: Add-on Songs (Friday; $2 each) Need for Speed Shift: Team Racing Pack (Tuesday; free)
Originally posted by KJames199XBLA Call of Duty: Classic (1200 points, Wednesday)
They can't seriously expect people to shell out $15 for this? Especially with Modern Warfare 2 within arms' reach. Hell, if you're desperate for World War II, there are worse options than World At War, which has got to be dirt cheap by now.
Originally posted by KJames199Rock Band DLC (Tuesday, 160 points each or 440 for each pack) * "Come As You Are" (Live from MTV Unplugged) - Nirvana * "Lithium" (Live at Reading) - Nirvana * "Smells Like Teen Spirit" - Nirvana
Torn on this one. Rock Band 2 is my game of choice, but I also pop in Guitar Hero a lot and they already have Teen Spirit and Lithium (hell, the same version of Lithium, no less). And the MTV Unplugged version of "Come As You Are" is AWFUL. I might get it to be a completist, but I'm very tempted to pass.
Okay, so there's a new video game being advertized on TV. It's called "Conflict Vietnam," (as opposed to it's objectionable real name, "The Vietnam Conflict," I guess), and the ads feature the Rolling Stones' "Paint It Black.