If relatives and friends still haven’t got a clue what to get you for Christmas, make their lives easy for them; tell em’ you want Xbox Live Points.  Lots of them.

A list has been leaked via NeoGAF which contains a metric crap-ton of Xbox 360 games which are set to go on sale from next Tuesday, 18th December.  The list also details games that will be the recipients of  additional daily discounts from the 18th through to New Year’s Eve.

The sale is structured in such a fashion that each day has a theme tied into a particular genre, game or publisher.  Examples include sale days on the Lego games, Rockstar published games, platform games and Kinect themed family games to name just a few.

Continue reading after the break to see what end of year discounted goodness awaits.

Prices for the items in the sale (as well as an exhaustive listing of all the sale offerings) have yet to go live.  As soon as they do we’ll be sure to update the list.

18th – 31st December sale items

Frogger: Hyper Arcade Edition
Joe Danger 2: The Movie
Zuma’s Revenge!
The Simpsons Arcade Game
Plants vs. Zombies
PeggleNights Content Pack
Fire Pro Wrestling
SONIC 4 Episode II
Sonic The Hedgehog 2
A World of Keflings
A World of Keflings – Sugar, Spice and Not So Nice
A World of Keflings – It Came From Outer Space
Kinect Party (Free)
Jet Set Radio
A number of Games on Demand titles will also be on sale – these are still to be announced.

18th December – Modern Warfare 3 deals

Modern Warfare 3
Collection 1 DLC
Collection 2 DLC
Collection 3 DLC
Collection 4 DLC

19th December: LEGO Games

Lego Batman
Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga
Lego Star Wars III
Lego Indiana Jones
Lego Pirates of the Caribbean
Lego Indiana Jones 2
Lego Harry Potter

20th December: Platformer Games

HELL YEAH! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit
Sonic Adventure 2
Rayman Origins
Rayman 3 HD
Mark of the Ninja
Trine 2

21st December: Rockstar Games

L.A. Noire
Red Dead Redemption
Max Payne 3
Midnight Club: LA

22nd December: TBA

23rd December: Summer of Arcade 2012 Games

Dust: An Elysian Tail

24th December: Trials HD and Trials Evolution

Trials HD
Trials HD – Big Thrills
Trials HD – Big Pack
Trials Evolution
Trials Evolution: Origin of Pain

25th December: Kinect Family Titles

Hydro Thunder
Rock of Ages
Mini Ninjas Adventures
Fruit Ninja Kinect
Fruit Ninja Kinect – 8-bit Cartridge
Fruit Ninja Kinect – Art Box
Fruit Ninja Kinect – Space Capsule
Fruit Ninja Kinect – Storm Season

26th December: TBA

27th December: Borderlands

Borderlands 2
Borderlands 2 Season Pass

28th December: The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead Episode 1
The Walking Dead Episode 2
The Walking Dead Episode 3
The Walking Dead Episode 4
The Walking Dead Episode 5

29th December: Family Games

Banjo Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts
Cars 2: The Video Game
Crash Of The Titans
Toy Story 3
Crazy Taxi
The Splatters

30th December: Fighting Games

Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown
Street Fighter III: Online Edition
Dungeon Fighter LIVE: Fall Of Hendon Myre

31st December: Skyrim and Oblivion

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim: Dawnguard
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim: Hearthfire
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion: Shivering Isles
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion: Knights of the Nine

So point hoarders, is there anything in the above that takes your fancy? In case you don’t have them already, The Walking Dead and Mark of the Ninja are two really good places to start.

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5 Responses so far.

  1. Colin Kitler says:

    Totally in for Fez, and psyched to see Dust, The Walking Dead, and the Borderlands 2 season pass on sale.

    I’ll also have to take another look at Hell Yeah!! My first impressions were positive, but I’ve heard a lot of bad reviews for it since then.

  2. I’d agree with all your picks.

    Hell Yeah!! is great IMHO, but the difficulty curve is more of a brick wall than a gentle gradient after the initial stages.

    Brilliant irreverent stuff though.

  3. Joe Cammisa says:

    Welp, it was fun having MS Points while it lasted.

  4. I’d certainly say so.

    The caveat being that I’m typically quite crap at those sorts of games mind you :)

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