From now until mid January, customers who redeem an Xbox gift card on their account and then call in claiming that they’re trying to buy gold with the gift card will be given a free code for the amount of time they were trying to buy and still be allowed to keep the money on their Microsoft account. So for example let’s say I put $60 on my Microsoft account and I call in claiming that I did it so I could buy a year of gold, they will issue a code 12 mo of XBLG and let me keep the $60.
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In this day and age, there’s probably twenty video games released every week, and of those twenty, at least ten are shooters. I’ve recently been playing Titanfall 2, a fun game and with DLC done right. Cosmetic stuff is paid for but new maps are free. The way it should be done. However, it’s been sandwiched in between the yearly Battlefield and Call of Duty releases which allows it to get lost in the shuffle. Continue reading “Shooting the Way to your Heart.”
An introductory post for any type of public social media account is always difficult to compose. You have to find your target market and establish yourself to your demographic. Too boring, and they lose interest before finishing the first paragraph. Too over the top, and you can set yourself up for disappointment when you can’t meet the bar you’ve set.
There are thousands upon thousands of gaming blogs out there. What would make New Game Plus any different? Continue reading “Achievement Unlocked: First Post”