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Microsoft is offering an attractive discount on a variety of solid fighting games as part of their next XBLA “Deals of the Week” promotion. Starting today, you can pick up all of them for a paltry 600 MS Points or less.

Here’s the breakdown of each title (via Major Nelson) and how much they’re going for until October 8th:

  • Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown — 600 MS Points
  • Dungeon Fighter LIVE — 400 MS Points
  • Street Fighter 3 Online Edition — 600 MS Points
  • Super Street Fighter 2 THD — 600 MS Points

Out of the group, the best value for your money in probably Street Fighter 3 Online Edition, which has a ridiculously generous amount of features and visual options, supported by some rather stellar netcode.

Virtua Fighter 5 FS isn’t a bad deal at 600 Microsoft Points either, but there’s a catch. You won’t be able to customize characters without paying for their wardrobes separately, which could wind up costing you a ton of money in the long run.

Source: Major Nelson

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XBLA Offering 50 Percent Off For Virtua Fighter 5, Street Fighter Titles

Microsoft is offering an attractive discount on a variety of solid fighting games as part of their next XBLA "Deals of the Week" promotion. Starting today, you can pick up all of them for a paltry 600 MS Points or less.

By EGM Staff | 10/2/2012 05:50 PM PT

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Microsoft is offering an attractive discount on a variety of solid fighting games as part of their next XBLA “Deals of the Week” promotion. Starting today, you can pick up all of them for a paltry 600 MS Points or less.

Here’s the breakdown of each title (via Major Nelson) and how much they’re going for until October 8th:

  • Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown — 600 MS Points
  • Dungeon Fighter LIVE — 400 MS Points
  • Street Fighter 3 Online Edition — 600 MS Points
  • Super Street Fighter 2 THD — 600 MS Points

Out of the group, the best value for your money in probably Street Fighter 3 Online Edition, which has a ridiculously generous amount of features and visual options, supported by some rather stellar netcode.

Virtua Fighter 5 FS isn’t a bad deal at 600 Microsoft Points either, but there’s a catch. You won’t be able to customize characters without paying for their wardrobes separately, which could wind up costing you a ton of money in the long run.

Source: Major Nelson

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