@believer258: It was a mistake because it would have been cheaper buying it physically and I would have had the manual included. The XBL games on demand is not a service as much as a disservice...
It's quite comfortable not to need disks and simply start a game by choosing it in the menu, though. Being able to power the console from the controller is rather pointless when you have to put the disk in the tray anyway (and the previous disk in some box).
@keris: Thank you. I was hoping it was available on a more "official" source, but this works in any case :)
@oldirtybearon: 'To put an example, this is as wrong as writing "Consoles" where "XBox One" should appear. No market share can excuse that bias.'
@evilnights: fortunately that didn't happen. I know there are worse things and I know there are diseases and poverty in the world causing people to die, but since this is a games forum I thought this could be relevant in this context.
@chaser324: I don't expect anything to change, but I just realized and I felt I had to say it. I think some people like @the_laughing_man may get confused due to this. I know changing it may be difficult at many levels, but maybe it's something to remind from time to time.
It's not really a bug of the site but something I've just noticed. Consider for example DOTA 2.
You can read it's available for PC, Mac and Linux. But if you go to the description of what a PC is you will notice a PC can run Mac or Linux, there are several operating systems for PCs!.
Therefore it should read Windows and not PC. The game is available for Windows and most probably not all Windows will be able to run it but only a few versions (although it's better to check the game requirements for that).
I agree that PCs are predominantly Windows, but identifying PCs with Windows PCs means biasing the language, being less objective and promoting Microsoft as the standard.
To put an example, this is as wrong as writing "Consoles" where "XBox One" should appear. No market share can excuse that bias.