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Microsoft bundles two free games for Xbox 360

Microsoft bundles two free games for Xbox 360

Microsoft confirmed previous rumors on Monday that two free games will be bundled with holiday Xbox 360 packages.

In addition to recent 360 price drops, both Forza Motorsport 2 and Marvel Ultimate Alliance will be included with Xbox 360 Pro ($350) and Xbox 360 Elite ($450) models by the end of October.

"Xbox 360 is home to the most critically acclaimed next generation games according to Metacritic.com, the leading aggregator of game reviews from more than 100 publications," said Microsoft in a statement.

"The most-respected game reviewers have spoken and according to them, Xbox 360 has more than double the games of the Playstation 3 and Wii receiving a score of 90 or higher."


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