Army of Two, BFBC2 for Games on Demand

Plus, December XBLA line-up detailed.

Co-operative EA shooter Army of Two: The 40th Day and acclaimed EA FPS Battlefield: Bad Company 2 take top billing on Xbox Live this month, with both titles heading to the Games on Demand service.

The fun-but-flawed Army of Two follow-up arrives on 7th December while the brilliant Battlefield sequel goes live on 14th December.

Microsoft's Major Nelson also confirmed what other goodies we can expect to see on Xbox Live through December. Any of this lot take your fancy?

  • Xbox Live Arcade:
  • 22nd December: A World of Keflings, 800 Microsoft Points
  • 29th December: Raskulls, 800 Microsoft Points
  • 5th January: ilomilo, 800 Microsoft Points
  • Xbox LIVE Deal of the Week:
  • Week of 6th December: Winter Wonderland: Polar Panic, 400 Microsoft Points (50 per cent off);Burton Snowboard, 120 Microsoft Points (50 per cent off); Burton RED Hi Fi Helmet, 80 Microsoft Points (50 per cent off); Gingerbread Man, 120 Microsoft Points (50 per cent off); Gears of War 2 Snowblind Map Pack, 160 Microsoft Points (60 per cent off); 3 on 3 NHL Arcade, 200 Microsoft Points (50 per cent off)
  • Week of 13th December: Casual Arcade: Bejeweled 2, 400 Microsoft Points (50 per cent off); UNO RUSH, 400 Microsoft Points (50 per cent off); Zuma, 200 Microsoft Points, (50 percent off); Tetris Splash, 400 Microsoft Points (50 per cent off); Feeding Frenzy 2, 400 Microsoft Points
  • Xbox Live Avatar Marketplace:
  • 2nd December: NBA Collection (today)
  • 2nd December: Trials HD (today)
  • 9th December: Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II
  • 9th December: Holiday Collection
  • Xbox Game Add-Ons:
  • 8th December: Pinball FX 2: Marvel Comic Table Pack, 800 Microsoft Points
  • 14th December: Forza Motorsport 3 Community Choice Classics Pack , 400 Microsoft Points

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