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GAME selling XBLA games and DLC

Pay cash, use trade-ins.

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Image credit: Eurogamer

You can now buy downloadable content and Xbox Live Arcade games from GAME shops around the UK.

A six-month trial (that begun yesterday) sees 40 GAME shops erect bays to sell 30 games and pieces of DLC to the public.

Digital content will be sold on cards that hold codes. Each bit of content is priced individually, starting as low as £2.04.

The benefits? Paying in cash and being able to trade-in old games for re-spendable Reward Card points.

What's available and how much does it cost?

  • Alan Wake: The Signal - £4.76
  • Alan Wake: The Writer - £4.76
  • Braid - £6.80
  • Castle Crashers - £10.20
  • Catan - £6.80
  • Comic Jumper - £10.20
  • Crackdown 2: Premium Deluge Pack - £4.76
  • Crackdown 2: Premium Toy Box Pack - £4.76
  • Gears of War 2: All Fronts Collection - £6.80
  • Halo 3: Mythic II Map Pack - £6.80
  • Halo 3: Mythic Map Pack - £3.40
  • Halo Reach - Noble Map Pack - £6.80
  • Hydro Thunder Hurricane - £10.20
  • Hydrophobia - £10.20
  • Limbo - £10.20
  • Monday Night Combat - £10.20
  • Perfect Dark - £6.80
  • Portal: Still Alive - £10.20
  • Shadow Complex - £10.20
  • Spolsion Man - £6.80
  • Super Meat Boy - £10.20
  • The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai - £6.80
  • The Maw - £6.80
  • Toy Soldiers - £10.20
  • Trials HD - £10.20
  • Worms - £3.40
  • Worms 2: Armageddon - £6.80
  • Forza 3: World Class Car Pack - £3.40

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