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  1. Microsoft rewarding players with a max of 600 Microsoft points for playing Halo 4. Read below for more details Source: Gameinformer.com Who said gaming doesn't pay? Xbox Live Rewards members can score Microsoft Points for their time spent playing multiplayer matches. You may not want to quit your day job, however. The program is laid out on Microsoft's Xbox Rewards site. Members earn points by accruing time in Halo 4 multiplayer. Spend 35-70+ hours and you'll get 100 Microsoft Points. If you play between 70-140 hours, you get 300 Microsoft Points. The highest tier is for players who frag their way through more than 140 hours. The prize? How does 600 Microsoft Points grab you? For players who already plan on creating a couch divot, it's a nice bonus. If you think it's a worthy time investment in and of itself, you may want to think this through. You're earning about five cents an hour at the highest tier, which you could probably make scouring for change in parking garages. Oh well. You can also earn 200 or 100 MS Points for spending 3,000 or 1,500 points respectively on Halo content, with a cap of 800 Microsoft Points ($10). Also, you need to fulfill the requirements before November ends. Set aside a little over six hours a day in multiplayer, and those 600 Microsoft Points can be yours!
  2. Leftover points If you ever purchased Microsoft Points, you probably know them Those few little points that you can't do anything with You've had them, you don't like them And Microsoft know them as the biggest flaw in their MS Points system That's why now Microsoft has started to move away from its own virtual currency and towards using real money on its Xbox Live service. Apparently, when you buy content from the Xbox video store using MS Points it defaults to a credit card transaction soon. That way, you won't have to try to figure out how much real money you spend anymore And, of course, you won't have to buy more than you actually need The change is likely to come to the Xbox 360 when the dashboard is updated later this month Source: IGN
  3. Microsoft rewarding players with a max of 600 Microsoft points for playing Halo 4. Read below for more details Source: Gameinformer.com Who said gaming doesn't pay? Xbox Live Rewards members can score Microsoft Points for their time spent playing multiplayer matches. You may not want to quit your day job, however. The program is laid out on Microsoft's Xbox Rewards site. Members earn points by accruing time in Halo 4 multiplayer. Spend 35-70+ hours and you'll get 100 Microsoft Points. If you play between 70-140 hours, you get 300 Microsoft Points. The highest tier is for players who frag their way through more than 140 hours. The prize? How does 600 Microsoft Points grab you? For players who already plan on creating a couch divot, it's a nice bonus. If you think it's a worthy time investment in and of itself, you may want to think this through. You're earning about five cents an hour at the highest tier, which you could probably make scouring for change in parking garages. Oh well. You can also earn 200 or 100 MS Points for spending 3,000 or 1,500 points respectively on Halo content, with a cap of 800 Microsoft Points ($10). Also, you need to fulfill the requirements before November ends. Set aside a little over six hours a day in multiplayer, and those 600 Microsoft Points can be yours! This post has been promoted to an article
  4. Microsoft will still remain using Microsoft Points on the Xbox 360 and real world currency for Windows 8. Read below for more details Source: CVG.com Speculation surrounding a possible shift to real-world currency kicked off this week when it was revealed that Microsoft's next operating system, Windows 8, will use real cash by default. In a statement to CVG, the company said that Microsoft Points "continue to be the currency for purchasing content for the Xbox 360 console". It added that Xbox Live customers will be able to purchase content on Windows 8 using stored Microsoft Points. It has been long rumoured that the Xbox firm will ultimately phase out Microsoft Points in the next generation of hardware and software. This post has been promoted to an article
  5. Microsoft will still remain using Microsoft Points on the Xbox 360 and real world currency for Windows 8. Read below for more details Source: CVG.com Speculation surrounding a possible shift to real-world currency kicked off this week when it was revealed that Microsoft's next operating system, Windows 8, will use real cash by default. In a statement to CVG, the company said that Microsoft Points "continue to be the currency for purchasing content for the Xbox 360 console". It added that Xbox Live customers will be able to purchase content on Windows 8 using stored Microsoft Points. It has been long rumoured that the Xbox firm will ultimately phase out Microsoft Points in the next generation of hardware and software.
  6. It was my birthday one the 25th of July 2012, and I wanted to let everyone know that I will be accepting any Apple Itunes Gift card codes and also Microsoft point codes. Please send the codes to me VIA PM. Thanks!
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