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$9.99 Xbox Video Sale offers up ‘Shutter Island’ & more
4 years ago

$9.99 Xbox Video Sale offers up ‘Shutter Island’ & more

It’s finally the weekend and your list of fresh video content is looking a little bleak isn’t it? Don’t sweat it, Microsoft is offering movies for $9.99 in its Xbox One Video Store.
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Save big on ‘Enchanted’ and more in the Xbox Video Store
4 years ago

Save big on ‘Enchanted’ and more in the Xbox Video Store

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It’s not often that we here at enConnected bring you news about discounted Disney movies. Yet here we are, informing Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Windows users that they can purchase digital copies of recent Disney classics like The Muppets for just $9.99 or less in standard definition in the Xbox Video Store.
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Xbox Video has that ‘True Blood’ for less
5 years ago

Xbox Video has that ‘True Blood’ for less

We aren’t the biggest fans of True Blood you can find, but even thanks to the Justin Timberlake song of the same name we’re inclined to think that when there’s a sale on it everyone will want to get in on the action. Thanks to Xbox Video, anyone with a web browser, Windows device, Windows Phone smartphone, Xbox One and Xbox 360 can pick up entire seasons of True Blood for as little as $27.99.
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‘Da Vinci’s Demons’ Gets Rockbottom Price in Xbox Video
5 years ago

‘Da Vinci’s Demons’ Gets Rockbottom Price in Xbox Video

Da Vinci’s Demons, a show that chronicles Leonardo Da Vinci’s trials and tribulations — because even unrivaled geniuses are people too — is now available for just $7.99 in the Xbox Video Store.
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Xbox Video Kicks Off Great Movies Sale With Discounted Copies of Anchorman and More
5 years ago

Xbox Video Kicks Off Great Movies Sale With Discounted Copies of Anchorman and More

This generation of console gaming may have only kicked off a month ago, but industry insiders are already looking for early signs of which company will come out on top. Fortunately for Sony, early sales numbers seem to favor its PS4 as the early winner.

This afternoon Sony took to its PlayStation Blog announce that numbers compiled by the NPD Group indicated that more households took home the PS4 than any other console this holiday season, snagging the first place just one month after it began selling the PS4 in the United States. That’s great news for Sony, the company spent most of the PS3’s lifecycle battling Microsoft’s Xbox 360 supremacy but never managed to best that console’s sales until its launch of the PS3 GTA 5 bundle.

While the Xbox One lost to the PS4 in terms of console sales in the United States, Microsoft took to its News Center to boast about figures that it feels highlights the Xbox One’s position in the market. According to Microsoft, combined spending for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 topped $1.21 billion, besting the ecosystems of other consoles. Microsoft also says that the Xbox One and Xbox 360 also hold 5 of the 10 spots for game sales. The press release was also careful to mention that the Xbox One is selling “three times as many units” when compared to the Xbox 360’s U.S. launch.

Neither Sony nor Microsoft included updated sales figures for each console. While NPD does track hint sales, it doesn’t share any of that data publicly. For its part Microsoft announced that it had sold 2.1 million Xbox One consoles in between the console’s launch and this past Wednesday. Sony announced that it sold 2.1 million consoles last week.

Losing the NPD sales race to Sony isn’t flattering there are also a few things to note about today’s numbers. The PS4 actually debuted a week before the Xbox One, as such Sony has had more time to get consoles in the hands of users. It’s also worth noting that the Xbox One costs a full $100 more than the PS4. Though Microsoft would have industry watchers believe that it simply didn’t have enough time to match Sony’s numbers before the month of December, it’s possible that the Xbox One’s price may have had something to do with sales.

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Break in that new Xbox One with Fast Five and Wolverine on the cheap
5 years ago

Break in that new Xbox One with Fast Five and Wolverine on the cheap

So you’re planning on venturing out into the icy embrace that is November. You’re finally ready to get that new Xbox One by any means necessary. Unlike other publications, we’re not here to remind you to pick up a launch game with the system — though you should for obvious reasons. Nah, we’re here to remind you that it does more than just play games. We can’t convince you? How about a few cheap action movies to get you going? As of today, all Xbox Video Store users can purchase discounted films from the X-Men and Fast & Furious franchises. We thought so.
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New promotion brings $.99 rentals to Xbox Video with a catch
5 years ago

New promotion brings $.99 rentals to Xbox Video with a catch

Sure, we like to profile movies every Saturday night, but we don’t mind sharing some news about past box office hits that are featured in the Xbox Video Store. Especially when they’re $.99. Yep, we know what you’re thinking. Of course there’s a catch.
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DC Universe Films for $10 in the Xbox Video Store
6 years ago

DC Universe Films for $10 in the Xbox Video Store

You don’t have to be a super villain to make off with a few good deals on some of the best DC Universe movies to have ever graced the small screen. For a limited time Xbox and Windows users can grab movies like Justice League Doom for $10.
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