Honestly this is one of the more belivable reviews I've read. IGN can bite my butt because their review was just horrible! The graphics and cinimatics alone in this game should have given it a solid 6. The game all together though now that should be a 10 but I'm ok with a 7.5. =] Great review!
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Install your games on the Hard Drive. Would be a waste of money to buy a new one just for that reason... I know mine makes a lot of sound even when installed sometimes, but once I'm into the game I barely notice anything. LustForSoul
Yeah I figure its a waste of money but its not the only things thats wrong with it. The CD Drive Tray doesn't open some of the time. You know small glitches here and there. But yeah like I said maybe not the best time to get a new system but just think for the future.
The CD－ROM sound? if so add a hard disk...
I'm not quite sure what you mean. Can you explain?What he's trying to explain to you is that the loud noise you hear from your Xbox when you play is the disc spinning. To do away with that, you can install your games on an Xbox Hard Drive or Hard Disk Drive as he tried to put it. When you install your game the data is loaded from your Hard Drive rather than from the spinning game disc. This leads to faster load times and a quieter and possibly cooler (temperature) Xbox. A note for this...If you do have a Hard Drive and you install the game, you will need the game in the disc drive, as confirmation that you do in fact own the game. This prevents people from buying or renting one game and installing it on as many consoles as they can. You still have to own the game despite installing it.
Ha. You know I always wondered how they knew you owned the game. I've installed games to my hard drive before I just never knew that it had so many benefits and I was always curious how they knew you had the game. Thanks for the tip.
j0Haha. The "trouble" of laying my things out was the 30 seconds that it takes to gather ones things before leaving for the day. I had a camera nearby and had an idea for an interesting thread.
Well, you also went to the trouble of laying your stuff out like that, unless you actually just leave guns lying around all the time.
No, clearly you planned this out for several days in advance. Your grand plan to score Badass Points (redeemable for free slurpees at 7-11). Admit it.
So I have an Xbox 360, I bought it at lest 2 years ago. It's working pretty good but its got some glitches in it (as you would exspect a 2 year old and + system to be). What I want to know is would it be worth replacing for the new xbox. What's the difference? What are some things you get on it rather then the older one. Is it a good buy? You be the judge. ;D
Absolutely no difference other than looks and wireless. Just hang onto your system until it dies.
Heh. I guess it's not worth selling the other one. But just one question. What about the Kinect. Is it pointless?