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Platinum Xbox 360 line continues with more cheap games

Do you like buying great games at cheap prices? Okay, I know, that was pretty much a useless question. We all love getting great deals on good games, and it looks like we’ll have another opportunity soon, as the Xbox 360’s Platinum Hits line will be adding four new additions to the already-impressive Platinum Hits line up.

If you’re a fan of the Xbox 360’s Platinum Hits line up, then you’ll be glad to hear that four more games will soon be added to that list.

According to Xbox Japan, the Platinum Hits line will now include:

Why use more of these if you don’t have to?

Starting March 15th, each game will retail for 2,800 yen ($23 USD, 18 EUR, 11.87 GBP). Keep in mind that these are straight conversions, and that actual retail prices may vary a bit.

So how many of you are now tempted to pick up these discounted games? Do you think any other games belong in the Platinum Hits/Classics line up?

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Comment by Ben on 2007-02-05 23:00:45 | Reply

Wasn’t PDZ already on the list?

Comment by andrew on 2007-02-05 23:34:30 | Reply

Yea i thought that 2, maybe not in japan

Yeah it was in Europe. Not the other ones though.

Comment by SilentAssassn87 on 2007-02-05 23:21:14 | Reply

If Hitman Blood Money goes on that list then I’ll buy it. I miss that game.

Comment by Derka on 2007-02-05 23:35:10 | Reply

I’ve already seen PDZ at walmart with the platinum hits banner on it. Chromehounds sounds good though, always wanted that.

Comment by Number13 on 2007-02-05 23:43:22 | Reply

Chromehounds is absolutely dire. AVOID!

Comment by McGrude on 2007-02-06 02:09:11 | Reply

Well once you get past the terrible user interface it isn’t so bad.

On a ralated note, can the Japanese even make good users interfaces?

Comment by trj156 on 2007-02-06 02:35:30 | Reply

with the exception of nintendo ds games, no.

TRJ–best. comment. EVER. :)

Comment by The_Glovner on 2007-02-06 12:18:25 | Reply

I disagree. Online it was the balls offline it was shit.

Only problem was nobody played it online.

Comment by Bill on 2007-02-05 23:59:30 | Reply

Burnout Revenge for $20-$30 would be on my list to get. I played it a lot on the old Xbox. One of the few games my wife likes to play (Crash missions).

Comment by Willllll on 2007-02-06 00:08:25 | Reply

we had PDZ and Burnout as classics for a few months now in europe.

Comment by trj156 on 2007-02-06 00:38:24 | Reply

i want oblivion for $20 NOW

Comment by Bill on 2007-02-06 00:39:20 | Reply

It’s worth the $60 I paid for it. I haven’t played much else lately.

Comment by trj156 on 2007-02-06 00:45:52 | Reply

i borrowed it from a friend for a while, i need like 450 more points from it then i wont want to play it anymore

Comment by EUP]-[ORIC on 2007-02-06 01:49:41 | Reply

I wouldn’t even take PDZ if someone paid me $25.00. That game was only a platinum hit because many of us launch owners fell victim to its hype.

Comment by J1980 on 2007-02-06 02:31:23 | Reply

well in the UK - Perfect Dark has been platimun for ages??? it retails for 19.99 pound

Comment by Norman Bates on 2007-02-06 03:09:43 | Reply

i hope Oblivion goes platinum soon

Oblivion worth more than is actual price, buy it

Comment by x El Scorpio x on 2007-02-06 07:11:14 | Reply

Why not make it all global…?

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