Once was a time, if memory serves, that new games would be on the horizon (or even already released, I reckon!) and I could hop on my ol' Xbox 360 and head on over to the Xbox Live Games tab/tile and behold all the pretty demos for all those aforementioned games! What a treat it was, to sample a game without having to commit to a $60 purchase (Red Box Rentals weren't around back then, I don't believe). Nowadays, though, finding a plethora of new game demos on the Xbox Live marketplace is like finding ice in the Arctic circle that isn't melting (that is what's happening up there, right? Melty ice proving global warming right and all?). To my dismay--nay--my complete and utter disappointment, all I now behold on those once rich and fertile tiles are but a measly Lego Hobbit demo (accompanied by Lego Avengers or some such silliness) and a few meager sports-type demos. So, I ask, where have all the demos gone? No demo for Titanfall, even in this age of Free to Play models (and Titanfall being an overpriced multiplayer-only title). No demo for Watch Dogs. No demo for this or for that, no demos for games so good you'll stay on the couch and get fat.