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Posted by goutham7113 on 26 February 2017 - 04:49 AM
Posted by Bizzquik on 05 January 2017 - 07:17 PM
I can't believe those slackers in the Backward Compatibility program. They needed a "holiday break"...? To spend time with 'families and loved ones?' Like they have some sort of life outside of adding to my Xbox One game backlog...? And now they're so far behind they need to 'test' their BC games? Such crap.
There are only 168 hours in a week, and it ticks me off somethin' fierce that these employees are each seemingly devoting less than 84 of 'em to the BC cause. Disgraceful. I'll never use a Microsoft product again!
(....He says typing on his Windows 10 computer while working on his office's Excel document as he counts the hours down 'til he can go home to play Halo.)
Posted by kdiddy1989 on 01 January 2017 - 11:31 PM
Doing that nets you less than 30 cents each time. Just not worth it for me, personally.
As someone mentioned, you can do it in the time it takes for your favorite show's commercial break. Therefore, even if it is as low as 30 cents each time, that's a free $10 bill each month for turning away from a few commercials.
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Posted by Dustinator on 01 January 2017 - 08:51 PM
I haven't been using it long. I did it at 5 points before but after getting 10 for awhile it doesn't seem worth the hassle for like less than $10 a month.
I see how it can be a "hassle" for some, but I still do all my bing searches by hand(no bots) ever since the program began. Phone searches and pc clicks take only two minutes a day and that is easily accomplished between commercials of a sporting event or say TWD. I can get it you got a wife or kids or work or school etc, but it ain't too too hard to work in 2-3 mins of searches as a normal thing you do a day. Take a spell from Candy Crush or spend less time on the crapper. There's your $10 xbl credit/$120 a year
Posted by crazedracerguy on 01 January 2017 - 08:41 PM
Posted by Spybreak9 on 28 December 2016 - 05:42 PM
This isn't a list for you, it's a list for new Xbox One owners.
Hmmm...the list of games itself is pretty uninspiring. Looks like a lot of stuff that has been on sale many times. We'll see what the discounts end up being, but so far I'm not too impressed.
Come on Watch Dogs 2, be a good price.
Posted by NeverEnding on 15 December 2016 - 06:39 PM
Posted by Blinking-Pixels on 14 December 2016 - 07:22 AM
Since you've posted a number of these, in case you didn't know, the codes printed on the Totino's packages can be used by more than 1 person / e-mail address, while the XBL codes are one time use only. If you've been redeeming the Totino's code for an XBL code and then tossing the package, those codes could've been redeemed a couple more times. I posted a bunch in the XBL Deals thread, and at least 2 other people used one of the codes I had already redeemed for myself. If you're getting the XBL codes by redeeming the same Totino's codes using different e-mails, then all's good. Just wanted to make sure you (and anyone else reading the topic) knew those codes had multiple uses (somewhat offsetting the otherwise inexplicable decision to print them on the outside of the package).
Here's a few more codes.
I don't know the limit so I'm going to call it. Each code was used 3 times. If can be used more than 3 times then tell me so I can send more out. I'm not sure what you'll get though.
Posted by ransack on 02 December 2016 - 08:01 PM
Posted by WNYX585AM on 15 February 2015 - 08:21 PM
Typical logic on the internet: "if you criticize something then you must hate everything about it and love everything about their competitors."
Not one single person has offered a reasonable statement regarding my issue, save for the guy who said "yeah you're probably screwed" as that's the only genuine response yet that actually has to do with my main points.
CAG has become a god damn intellectual graveyard. I've fallen on deaf ears.
Reasonable, intellectual statement: If you purchased Halo:MCC over a month after release knowing about the problems it had, no one feels sorry for you.