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GAME, the British retailer, is selling downloadable Xbox content over the counter in a six-month trial at 40 stores.

XBLA code is given to customers on a card and content includes Xbox Live arcade titles as well as additional downloadable material for games, MCV reports.

Prices range from £3.40-£10.20 and are priced individually rather than based on the standard Xbox points rating.

Now those without network access or their mum's bank details saved on the console for example, can purchase great downloadable titles such as Super Meat Boy, that has up until now been unavailable to them. ®

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