Super Street Fight IV and Operation Darkness Sneak onto Xbox 360 'Games on Demand'

Last week, we reported on a slew of new titles arriving on the Xbox 360's "Games on Demand" service; however, two additional titles appear to have stealthily made their way onto the console with little fanfare [via Joystiq].

Capcom's Super Street Fighter IV has been added to the Marketplace for a price of $40 (in the US, specifically). Also available this month is the tactical role-playing title Operation Darkness for $40 (US). While the box art for the RPG includes the word "Success," potential buyers should note it only refers to the name of the game's developer and not its critical reception.

Pricing and game availability may differ based on region. Operation Darkness' tepid critical reception is available worldwide.

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    January 12, 2011 11:30 AM


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      January 12, 2011 11:47 AM

      why would you want to sell ssf4? why even buy it then? its not like theres some awesome single player campaign in it and no multiplayer.

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      January 12, 2011 12:20 PM

      Obviously you don't know that some people live far from stores that sells electronics such as small towns and international countries could also buy them online without the disc. It's a very convenient set up and efficient way to play without some kids destroying your disc.

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      January 12, 2011 4:23 PM

      Most of their games on demand are overpriced anyway, just look at Red dead redemption at 65$

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        January 13, 2011 9:21 AM

        yea, that is a bit too much (considering the launch date). I'd have bought it again if it was cheaper.
        Would I not already own the game on disc, I would have bought it at this price though.

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