Amazon realizes there might be a large amount of gamers out there that were not so excited for XBox One and first, but have slowly come around with the many changes Mircosoft has made in passing months on the console. With that in mind, they will be offering trade-ins for $10 on select games to upgrade the title to the XBox One version. It's not for any 360 game, but games that are launching on both the 360 and One.
Even if you have purchased the game elsewhere, you can still get in on the deal. If you visit Amazon to submit your trade-in, you'll have to wait for the game to be received and graded, once processed you can add the qualifying XBox One title to your cart and the credit will be applied automatically.
Running through December 31st, the promotion is for eight titles available on both the 360 and One: Call of Duty: Ghosts, NBA 2K14, Battlefield 4, Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag, Watch Dogs, Need for Speed Rivals, Madden NFL 25, and FIFA 14.
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Jeremy was born in a small mountain village of a strange foreign land called Weystvurginea. Banishment for liberal views saw him spend years wondering the east coast until he decided to bike to California. When he saw how long a trip it was, he drove instead. Now he's living it up in a low humidity climate, sometimes working on his photography and when not, he writes for us covering books (by way of his blog: Reading Realms), gaming, tv, movies, comics, conventions in the SoCal area, and creates a weekly webcomic: A Journey Through Skyrim. If you look for him offline, start in the L.A. area; online start at: www.jeremyshane.info for his profile and all the social networks he's on... or just follow him on twitter, he seems to be on there a lot: @jeremyshane.
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