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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 09:49am 01/04/10 | 7 Comments
Microsoft have sent through a reminder they've teamed up with Ubisoft to offer punters an all-encompassing 360 bundle featuring the game (which is exclusive), an Elite console, 250GB HDD, two black controllers, a headset and a bonus copy of Splitner Cell Double Agent.

The bundle will retail exclusively at EB Games for a SRP of $499, and will be made available from April 15. There's currently a demo for the game up on Xbox Live also, and you can check out a host of info and media directly from our game page by clicking here.

Also, in anticipation for the April 15 release of the game, Ubisoft have sent through the game's official launch trailer, which can be viewed in the embed below.




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Eorl
Posted 09:51am 01/4/10
Will this has ubisofts DRM taint?
ravn0s
Posted 09:55am 01/4/10
the pc version will
Eorl
Posted 10:01am 01/4/10
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
ravn0s
Posted 10:03am 01/4/10
all ubisoft games are going to use the DRM from now on.
trog
Posted 10:07am 01/4/10
On the plus side it pretty much guarantees you'll get a free game when the DRM inevitably fails and means you can't play your game for the first 2 weeks
ravn0s
Posted 10:23am 01/4/10
not everyone got a free game though. many who werent able to play because of the DRM recieved no compensation.
Eorl
Posted 10:39am 01/4/10
yep, and thats why im never buying ubisoft until they fix their drm, just like never buying funcom until they become smarter
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