dezzyfiesta's forum posts
Cos you don't need to give a football player a plane/ tank/ ship?
He definitely doesn't deserve it! Get him to make Dungeon Keeper 3 (and possibly a Populous sequel) first and then maybe1;)
[QUOTE="Evolution-X0"]Maintaining a online service isn't free, you do realise this?heretrix
Will you guys stop repeating this? The tc just wants to play the game he bought online. That's all. He doesn't want all those jingle mingle crap gold offers. He wants to play online and Microsoft is not maintaining any online service for that. It's the players who are the servers.Because it's important. XBL isn't hosted on a fairy cloud where time and space don't matter. It's run in a physical space on servers that cost money. It's important to keep in mind so that you don't run to your room and make one of the million threads complaining about why a for profit business wants to make........
A profit.Interesting questions for if the next gen comes along... How much does a server cost? Cos there are quite a few who could probably buy a chunk of one after buying live for 6 years. And what about if they go to shut down the 360 servers like they did with the old Xbox? They may think they are just herding gamers into the next gen but I for one won't be joining MS in it I reckon.
[QUOTE="65mustangryan"]I was just want to redeem my code online and it asks me for a billing info.. Does it do that on the Xbox or not? No it doesn't.
Everything you buy online asks for your address. What's the big deal? Why don't you want to give your address? Just curious.Stevo7991
[QUOTE="dezzyfiesta"]Shouldn't even need to go on the website. Just go on the Xbox. Go into the Xbox menu. Go to the far left. Go to redeem code. If it asks for an address there then something is very wrong.Stevo7991Another thing, so it doesn't ask for an address on the Xbox and it does it for the website? I don't have a clue. never used it myself for redeeming stuff but that does sound unusual.