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For the third week running, The Last of Us has deservedly kept it’s the position at the top of the UK retail chart. I’m expecting it to claim the top spot for another few weeks to come at least. New entries include: Minecraft at #2, Deadpool at #6 and proving that PC retail is not quite dead yet, are The Sims 3: Island Paradise at #5 and Company of Heroes 2 at #10.
At E3, mere weeks ago, Microsoft announced that it would begin giving away games to Xbox Live Gold members on a monthly basis, and that the promotion would be starting off with free downloads of Halo 3 and Assassin’s Creed 2.
But then, why have all you Xbox LIVE Gold members not been given your free copies then? Well, in what appears to be part of the recurring theme of ‘Don’t trust anything that Microsoft said at E3’, the game that will be kicking off the promotion is actually ‘Defense Grid: The Awakening’ – an XBLA game, worth 800 microsoft points.
On closer inspection, it would appear that Microsoft has once again lawyered the world out of something that we thought we had been promised. At E3, Microsoft merely stated that Halo 3 and Assassin’s Creed 2 would be available for free at some point. Not necessarily any time soon.
So if you were hoping to jump back into Halo 3 any time soon… well just put the disk in your xbox, because who seriously doesn’t own Halo 3 already?
So it seems that the sexy phone numbers which were ‘accidentally’ posted on the walls across post-apocalyptic USA. I mean of all the phone numbers you could have made up, the ‘made up’ one which just happened to be for a sex line. Sounds to me like they underestimated the curiosity of the gamer.
Or our inability to spot a sex line.
Every now and again a piece of news comes along which reminds me not just why I love video games, but I love everybody who plays them. This is certainly one of them. Thanks to the powers of the internet, there’s a chance for you can dress your heavy as the only man big enough to take down Reggie, Gaben. Link after the break.