This week's Xbox LIVE Deals with Gold offers Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare, Crysis 2 and more

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This week's Deals with Gold offers Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare, Crysis 2 and more

Every week, the software giant offers a handful of Xbox One and Xbox 360 titles at discounted prices as a part of Deals with Gold. Xbox Live Gold members -- and Silver members too on some titles -- enjoy attractive discounts on popular games. This week's Deals with Gold are in (via Major Nelson) and offers a number of titles at discount, including the likes of Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare, Peggle 2 Magical Masters Edition, Tower of Guns and Thomas was Alone for Xbox One. It's not just the Xbox One users, a dozen Xbox 360 titles are also up for grabs at reduced prices, including Crysis 2, Plants vs Zombies Garden Warface, Burnout Paradise, and several other titles.

Here's the complete list of games, along with the discount available:

Xbox One

  • Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare -- 67%
  • Peggle 2 Magical Masters Edition -- 67%
  • Tower of Guns -- 40%
  • Thomas Was Alone -- 50%

Xbox 360

  • Burnout Paradise -- 75%
  • Crysis 2 -- 80%
  • Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning -- 80%
  • Mirror’s Edge -- 75%
  • Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare -- 67%
  • Skate 3 -- 75%
  • Peggle 2 -- 67%
  • Fuse -- 75%
  • Syndicate -- 75%
  • Chivalry -- 50%
  • MX vs. ATV Alive -- 75%
  • MX vs. ATV Reflex -- 75%

If you're an Xbox Live Gold subscriber, head over to the Xbox Store if the list contains any game of your choice. For those of you who are wondering how much does the subscription costs, it's $9.99 a month or $59.99 a year, and offers plethora of features to the subscribers, including discounts and much more. So, if you're a hardcore gaming user, I'd definitely recommend you to try out the subscription -- it's free for the first month if you're a new user after which you're required to pay the subscription fee.

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