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Deals with Gold: Watch Dogs, Borderlands DLC blow-out

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This week's edition of the Xbox Live Deals With Gold promotion features discounts on two Xbox One games, two Xbox 360 games and a slew of Borderlands 2 downloadable content.

On the Xbox One side of things, the cartoonish, turn-based warfare of Worms Battleground receives a 40 percent discount while open-world hacking adventure Watch Dogs is discounted by 30 percent. The Xbox 360 sees the lion's share of this week's deals as both Borderlands and Borderlands 2 are each priced at 75 percent off. What's more, nearly all of the copious DLC released for Borderlands 2 to date has had its price cut in half, making this an opportune time to grab any downloadable add-ons that might be lacking from your copy of Gearbox's open-world first-person shooter.

If you're tempted to pick up any of these discounted items, keep in mind that they are only available for a limited time. Come September 15, Xbox spokesman Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb will replace these deals with an entirely new set.
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