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Sleeping Dogs arrives on Games on Demand

Sleeping Dogs has been added to Xbox Live Games on Demand.

The title has been out for a while now, however if you've been waiting on a digital version for your Xbox 360 then you can pick it up now.

Be warned, it's a lot cheaper to press the order now button on ShopTo, but we just thought we'd give you a heads up incase you prefer your content digitally.

Edited On 22 Nov, 2012

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adwan's avatar
adwan 4 years ago
I really fail to see the point to buying any disc game digitally, when they usually sell them so much cheaper in the shops and online. They need to realise that the only way to get people to buy digital is to offer the games for less than they are from retailers. Look at how Steam does it. MS & Sony should tkae their lead.
madeinwales's avatar
Im glad im not the only one who thinks GOD is way overpriced, even though i prefer a physical medium everytime, it is never gonna catch on until they finally lower prices for digital downloads otherwise whats the incentive. I happen to think disk are very convenient and practical @adwan my sentiments exactley
madeinwales 4 years ago
rjc's avatar
Even on the rare occasion a digital version is cheaper many, like myself, still prefer physical copies. Will be a shame when we have to go download only in the future.
rjc 4 years ago
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Robichoico 4 years ago
The online is always expensive. Very surprised at how cheap this one got so quickly. Brother picked it up on the 360 for £8 pre-owned from Asda the other day.
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hXcPete 4 years ago
Games on demand on the Xbox are 99% of the time way overpriced...
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Barada 4 years ago
I'm sure all the 'well-informed' bods at Sony and Microsoft cannot comprehend why these digital versions aren't selling well. Some of these are £49.99 - that is a crazy price for ANY game, let alone one which isn't a physical product you can hold in your hand!
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hallben 4 years ago
I agree that digital games can be over priced (this is on the service for £24.99, a good deal!), but I would much rather have the game digitally on my console. I have a good 10 GoD Xbox games and many more on the PS3.

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