Xbox 360 Dashboard Update Live Now

Flip on your Xbox 360, sign into Xbox LIVE, and you'll discover Microsoft's new dashboard update ready to deliver its freshly feature-laden payload. That payload amounts to over a dozen new attributes (see my review for the complete list) including user interface improvements, new avatar props, expanded Netflix viewing features, and full versions of Xbox 360 games downloadable to your hard drive.

Here's the list of Games on Demand titles available out of the gate. I've had a look this morning and confirmed the sizes and pricing personally, so the following information should be accurate as of 8/11. Bad Company wasn't in Microsoft's official release list, while Test Drive: Unlimited was, but isn't up yet.

$30 - American Idol (3.70GB)
$30 - Assassin's Creed (6.56GB)
$20 - Battlefield: Bad Company (4.92GB)
$30 - BioShock (4.66GB)
$20 - Burnout Paradise (2.81GB)
$30 - Call of Duty 2 (5.27GB)
$30 - Dance Dance Revolution Universe (3.01GB)
$20 - Fight Night Round 3 (3.19GB)
$20 - Kameo: Elements of Power (5.42GB)
$30 - LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga (5.71GB)
$20 - Mass Effect (6.83GB)
$30 - Meet The Robinsons (5.72GB)
$30 - MX vs. ATV Untamed (2.77GB)
$20 - Need for Speed Carbon (5.38GB)
$20 - Need for Speed: Most Wanted (6.67GB)
$20 - Perfect Dark Zero (5.22GB)
$20 - Prey (4.27GB)
$30 - Rainbow Six Vegas (6.60GB)
$20 - Ridge Racer 6 (6.08GB)
$30 - Rockstar Table Tennis (3.28GB)
$20 - Sonic the Hedgehog (5.17GB)
$30 - The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (5.87GB)
$20 - Viva Piñata (4.89GB)
$30 - Viva Piñata: Trouble in Paradise (4.94GB)

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