Square Enix Holding Large Discount Sale On Xbox Live

By Ishaan . March 12, 2013 . 10:30am

Square Enix are holding a giant sale on Xbox Live, across both full games as well as downloadable content. The sale is on until March 19th, and will be available to all Xbox Live Silver and Gold members. Here’s a list of what’s on sale:




Sleeping Dogs:

Original Price: $44.99/£24.99/€49.99

Discount Price: $19.99/£8.99/€14.99


Mini Ninjas:

Original Price: $19.99/£14.99/€19.99

Discount Price: $9.99/£8.99/€9.99


Supreme Commander 2:

Original Price: $29.99/£19.99/€29.99

Discount Price: $14.99/£8.99/€14.99


Dungeon Siege III:

Original Price: $19.99/$14.99/€24.99

Discount Price: $9.99/£8.99/€14.99


Deus Ex: Human Revolution:

Original Price: $24.99/£14.99/€24.99

Discount Price: $14.99/£8.99/€14.99


Tomb Raider: Anniversary:

Original Price: $19.99/£14.99/€24.99

Discount Price: $9.99/£8.99/€9.99


Kane & Lynch 2:

Original Price: $39.99/£17.99/€24.99

Discount Price: $9.99/£8.99/€9.99


Tomb Raider: Underworld:

Original Price: $19.99/£14.99/€19.99

Discount Price: $9.99/£8.99/€9.99




Mensa – from 800 MSP to 400 MSP

Mini Ninjas Adventures – from 800 MSP to 400 MSP

Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light – from 1200 MSP to 600 MSP

All Zombies Must Die Full Game – from 800 MSP to 400 MSP

Puzzle Arcade – from 800 MSP to 400 MSP

Geon – from 800 MSP to 400 MSP


Downloadable content for Sleeping Dogs, Deus Ex: Human Revolution and other games is on sale as well. You can find the list of content and discounts for the DLC over at Square Enix Europe’s blog.


  • TheExile285

    so… PSN gets the shaft?

    • Well, they did have the Final Fantasy sale back in February. Sure, it’s not the impressive list of games that they have here, but it was a sale.

      Edit: Before I come across as anti-FF. I’m not anti-FF. I really enjoy the series, but this sale has more games that I’ve come to enjoy more than the FF franchise.

    • SpecDotSign

      PSN got some deals, but for plus members if I recall correctly.

  • Square Enix Sale, no Japanese games. Times have changed

  • Kyle Silva

    No Final Fantasy…

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