5 Xbox Live Arcade games Free on XBL Now

If its Xbox Live arcade games you live for, you’ll be glad to know that Microsoft is offering up to five Xbox Live arcade games free this Christmas. The games are Zuma, Marble Blast, Sonic The Hedgehog, Assault Heroes and 3D Mini Golf and here’s how you can nab them off the Xbox Live Marketplace:

Absolutely everyone can take advantage of this special deal. If you’re an existing subscriber all you need to do is renew. If you’re completely new to the whole Xbox LIVE experience, just follow the simple steps required to create an account and away you go. As long as you sign up for 12 months you’re eligible to choose your favourite Xbox LIVE Arcade game from a fabulous selection of five.
After subscribing, to qualify for your free game all you need to do is download a new Gamer Pic or Theme associated with one of the five titles. Of course you can go ahead and download more if you wish, but only the first game chosen will be the one you’ll receive. Also please bear in mind that this offer is only available to customers who subscribe to Xbox LIVE directly through Xbox LIVE, not using a prepaid card.
The offer runs between 23 December 2008 and 5 January 2009, so you’ve plenty of time to decide which game best suits your mood.

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