2100 Microsoft Points, £15

2100 Microsoft Points - £15.00 delivered

Rock Branded but can be used for anything. Cheapest price around so far with the demise of the Tesco deal.

Nintendo Wii - £159.99

Nintendo Wii - £159.99 delivered

Get 'em in for Christmas now if you'll be wanting one come December.

I need someone to coop Half-Life decay with

Wow, I've been wanting to play this for ages.

Half-Life: Decay was originally the coop addition to the PS2 release of Half-Life. No PC version existed.

Well, a team of modders have made a HL1 mod of it. All I know about it is that it's made by gearbox, you play 2 female scientists, and I was never going to play it on the PS2.

I don't know how to set up a game, but if you do, please do so, and either email (lewiep@savygamer.co.uk) me, or add me on steam (LewieP) and we can set a game up.

Official Xbox 360 120GB Hard Drive

Official Xbox 360 120GB Hard Drive - £79.99 delivered

Still stupidly expensive, you can get a 320gb laptop drive for under £60. One of my biggest complaints with the 360 hardware is that you have to use MS hard drives. Never mind...

Art Of Fighting: Anthology, PS2 - £11.99

Art Of Fighting: Anthology, PS2 - £11.99 delivered

Ridge Racer 7, PS3 - £12.99

Ridge Racer 7, PS3 - £12.99 delivered

Spider-Man 3, PC - £2.99

Spider-Man 3, PC - £2.99 delivered

Ignore the font down the side, this is indeed for the PC, not the PS3.

From memory, this version is pretty badly optimised, but I guess if you have a beast of a machine you should be fine.

Unreal Tournament III, PC - £9.89

Unreal Tournament III, PC - £9.89 delivered

Mass Effect, PC - £9.93

Mass Effect, PC - £9.93 delivered

Castlevania - Portrait Of Ruin, DS - £12.93

Castlevania - Portrait Of Ruin, DS - £12.93 delivered

Mario Kart, Wii - £27

Mario Kart, Wii - £27 delivered

Resistance 2, PS3 - £29.99

Resistance 2, PS3 - £29.99 delivered

Samurai Shodown Anthology, Wii - £16.65

Samurai Shodown Anthology, Wii - £16.65 delivered

Includes Samurai Shodown I, II, III, IV, V, V Special and VI

King of Fighters Anthology, Wii - £16.65

King of Fighters Anthology, Wii - £16.65 delivered

Includes King of Fighters '94, '95, '96, '97, and '98.

Siren Blood Curse, PS3 - £31.06

Siren Blood Curse, PS3 - £31.06 delivered

Banjo-Kazooie Nuts & Bolts, Xbox 360 - £27.47

Banjo-Kazooie Nuts & Bolts, Xbox 360 - £27.47 delivered

Not confirmed to include the code for Banjo Kazooie XBLA.

Viva Piñata/Forza 2 Double Pack, Xbox 360 - £13.05

Viva Piñata/Forza 2 Double Pack, Xbox 360 - £13.05 delivered

Wii Chess, Wii - £13.05

Wii Chess, Wii - £13.05 delivered

Mount and Blade, PC - £16.99

Mount and Blade, PC - £16.99 delivered

Wii Music, Wii - £29

Wii Music, Wii - £29 delivered

NXE - Zune integration?

Sorry if you came here looking for bargains, but I thought I'd just post this very quickly.

I noticed today that the Zune Marketplace (and the Social and Forums) are going down for maintenance tomorrow starting 12:01, the same time that Xbox LIVE and all of those services are being brought down for maintenance. Of course, I don't really know how these services work - maybe they're intrinsically linked - but as far as I'm aware, these services have never gone down at the same time before.

Now, Zune software 3.0 was just released. Maybe it's down for that and maybe it's just a crazy coincidence. But given that this will bring Texas Hold-em and Hexic to the player, there's a lot of cross-talk between the two systems. J Allard runs the thing, even, and Larry Hryb compared the Zune Marketplace and LIVE Marketplace to each other in his most recent podcast.

It makes so much business sense for Microsoft to have the Zune Marketplace available on the 360. The overhead is so small that even if a tiny percentage of LIVE users buy a song, they'll be profiting from it. They already have all that infrastructure in place - the only thing standing in the way is linking the two and designing an interface for it. And there's a new interface coming in a month or so.

I have to consider that they want to link everything at some point. Your Zune tag is the same as your Gamertag, Microsoft Points are interchangeable between the two, and there's precendent with how the Windows Live ID is interwoven into everything. Last year was Windows Messenger integration - is this year Zune's turn?

Update: More coincidences and speculation here, thanks ace.