ESA and Microsoft collaborate, offer mediocre games for charity

Scott Jon Siegel
S. Siegel|11.16.07

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ESA and Microsoft collaborate, offer mediocre games for charity
Microsoft has teamed up with the Entertainment Software Association to offer a special three-pack of Xbox 360 games this holiday season. The pack, which retails for $29.99 USD, is comprised of Cars, Open Season, and Fuzion Frenzy 2 -- three E-rated games which are notable for tepid reviews across the board.

It's definitely for a good cause, so we really shouldn't be complaining. All retail fees for the three-pack have been waived, meaning that the entirety of each $29.99 purchase goes directly to the ESA Foundation, which raises money to support groups like the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Penny Arcade's Child's Play event, and HopeLab, the developers behind the serious game Re/Mission.

The charity three-pack is currently available in retail stores, as well as on online sites such as Amazon.
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