[QUOTE="Warablo13"]Ya, I was pissed when you can't do it online. They even have the option but they won't let you. Just a little ploy to scam extra money..penpusherIf people were to look on the website you would all find there is infact the option to turn off auto renewal, go to your account management, its there I did it just last week to avoid paying another year Yeah there is option available to turn on or off on Xbox.com now. This wasn't always available, previously you had to call to get it done, however after years of customers complaining they finally fixed it. Should have been in place to begin with.
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It's impossible to connect both at the same time and that's the only way I can connect my 360 to the net(via PC). Any suggestionsbillmaherhboLol, what are you talking about?
I have yet again had my console fall to the General Hardware Failure, this being the 5th time I've been left with a useless console with the RROD & that's not including the 2 disc drives that had to be replaced in the mist of those 5 failing. Since I have no spare money I will have to take like all my new games and sell them just to get another console as my warranty expired like 6 months ago & Microsoft said they would not help even though I've had to send them my consoles 6 times already due to their faulty design. Might just pocket the cash from the games & say the hell with it this time.
So it makes more sense that the console that has sold considerably less, is the more popular console worldwide?
[QUOTE="UCF_Knight"][QUOTE="TH1Sx1SxSPARTA"]the title says "prefers" . not which console has sold most to date. their different things. i have made 2 360 purchases. does that mean i prefer it? nopeRoOodriGowW
Yes , the reason it sold more is not because the majority prefers it nor because it's more popular , it's because it was available for a longer time , a whole year , just sum the yearly average sells of the ps3 to its overall number and you will see the xbox fall behind , ALSO , I fail to recognize the republic of the world , so here where I live the playstation is far more popular than the xbox , where you live it's the xbox , you can't generalize and ignore dozens of aspects when the amount of marketing is a hell lot different across the world and most people stick to a single console , which even further decreases the simple matter of 'preference'.
Having both consoles for years I feel very confortable to say that I prefer the ps3.Yeah it is different every where, years with both consoles and I prefer Xbox 360, the numbers speak for themselves yet who really gets off looking at numbers?
PS3 mainly because I prefer the exclusives on PS3 and I don't have to pay $60 a year for online access.Moriarity_Wow $60 a year is crazy, especially when they sell them for $50 at every store. Personally the most I have paid is $30, usually just $20 or $25. Still I agree not having to pay is always better than paying. It is weird though, I agree with the PS3's huge advantage of free online & clearly better exclusive line up however I still greatly prefer the Xbox 360 console. This is only due to the huge margin in favor of the Xbox 360 of friends whom prefer the console against those whom prefer the PS3, my preference for Xbox Live rather than PSN, & the fact I absolutely hate the PS3's controller compared to the 360's.