Xbox partners with Make-A-Wish

make-a-wish-logoIn warm and fuzzy good news today, Microsoft has partnered with the Make-A-Wish Foundation to donate profits from the sales of Kinect: Disneyland Adventures. 

For those of you who don’t know, the Make-A-Wish charity helps make wishes come true for really sick kids.  They’ll be donating 15% of the purchase of the game purchased from Asda locations until April 30th.  The game is $25…. I mean 25 pounds.  Pou-…. I don’t have a key for that weird blasphemous “pound” sign because I live in Uhmurrica.  Apparently Asda is some UK version of Amazon or something?  I don’t really know.  I don’t speak French.  In any case, it’s hard to make a joke about sick babbys wanting to have a wish come true.  So I won’t….. It was a close call, but I think I got out of this one with my soul intact.

Source: Videogamer

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Jen lives in Seattle and likes to play games and then write about them. Her all time favorite games include the Mass Effect series, Dragon Age: Origins, The Witcher, World of Warcraft, and The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. She likes coffee and wine and tacos, but not all together because that would be gross. Cats are awesome.

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