Sally's Salon washes its hair, dresses up fancy as the Xbox Live Deal of the Week

Sally's Salon Luxury Edition

Last’s week’s sale game may not have been very exciting, but this week’s Xbox Live Deal of the Week is much more enjoyable. Starting tomorrow, Sally’s Salon Luxury Edition goes on sale for $2.99, down from $4.99.

Sally’s Salon Luxury Edition is a time management game – the only example of the genre in the mobile Xbox Live lineup ever since the much inferior Star Wars Cantina got pulled. Over the course of 73 levels, players will help Sally keep customers happy by washing their hair, cutting it, and performing a number of other services. Her shops get busy though, so you’ll really need to stay on your toes. As I mention in our review, it’s tons of fun and the Achievements are quite reasonable. If you’re open to playing a game with a feminine theme, you won’t regret the purchase.

Sally’s Salon Luxury Edition goes on sale this Wednesday, for one week only. Scoop it up here on the Marketplace. Also, don't forget that Z0MB1ES!!1 (on teh ph0ne) is this week's new Xbox Live release.

Update: The sale price is live.

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nrask7 says:

Getting it.

Getting it too

Jay Bennett says:

Might finally drop the money to buy this one as well... I did rate the trial pretty highly!

Verkunder says:

Game is fun and very polished, but achievements that don't end in 0 or 5... peace out!

Paul Acevedo says:

Just earn them all and it won't be a problem. :)

tylerh1701 says:

Oh sweet, odd numbered achievements.  I'm at 43643, so maybe I can use this to get back on track!  :-)

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DavidinCT says:

I know it sounds like a chick game but, it's a heck of a lot of fun and very addicting. Only problem is when it's over, it's over, limited re-playabilty
Still worth $2.99 in my eyes, I paid $4.99 after playing the demo and I dont regret it...(as a I do with a lot of games)

tylerh1701 says:

Getting it three.

MastrMeatWad says:

Purchased.  Was waiting for this one to go on sale.  It would be cool if MS could add other applications other than Live games for DOTW.