Catherine, Mirror’s Edge, Crimson Dragon Discounted On Xbox Live

By Ishaan . January 28, 2014 . 2:30pm

A number of interesting games are available at a discount on Xbox Live this week. One of them is Crimson Dragon for the Xbox One, which just received a free multiplayer update. This can be had for 20-25% off, depending on what territory you’re in. (In North America, that’s $14.99.)


On Xbox 360, both Dead Space and Crysis can be bought for 50% off, while Mirror’s Edge can be purchased for 67% off.


On the Japanese games front, Catherine can be picked up for 67% off, while Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds is available at 50% off. You can find more deals here on Major Nelson’s blog.


All discounts are valid until February 3rd, 2014.

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  • I saw Catherine and automatically clicked on the article lol

    Nice discounts though lol

  • Alphabet Soup

    Still enjoying this game years later. When I first got it, I liked the story and different themes from usual ATLUS games, but I feel the puzzle gameplay has held up really well as well. If you haven’t gotten it yet, go for it!

    • Shippoyasha

      Catherine even had a few tournaments as well, shown off on Twitch. The game has legs as a competitive game. Another Catherine game would be awesome and I would love to see it on 3DS and Vita too.

  • Freud_Hater

    I’d recommend all those games to those that haven’t bought them yet, especially Catherine. It’s different, yes, but in all the right ways.

  • Aoshi00

    Nice sale, gonna get contrast tonight. didn’t think crimson dragon would go on sale so soon. Catherine was a unique puzzle game with a mature story and theme, the us ver was especially good since there was no redo in normal mode in the Jpn ver. Still need to get mirrors of fate HD, missed the new year countdown :(

  • Raltrios

    If anyone still needs a reason to buy Catherine, watch this tournament match. It’s really intense and satisfying.
    Of course, the story is incredible, too. It was so thoroughly well played that the twist caught me off guard and made the whole experience that much more memorable. Very much worth the purchase.

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