A quick guide for beginners and shoppers regarding the Xbox 360.
Nope, PS VITA all the way!
"now you might as well get the 250gb for that price but will you ever use it? No…not unless you intend to purchase games and demos online and download them to your console." Didn't know you had to pay for demos. /smartass-grammar-nazi
no 3ds and new video card for my PC :)
what video card?
I have a 550 ti as of now. It is a petty good budget one that runs mostly everything good. I want to get something either in the high end 500 series like a minimum of a 560 ti-580- whatever is a good price around $200ish around the holidays; or maybe the 600 series too. I don't really know the different between the 500 and 600 series.
Selling 360 way before Christmas. It's gathered dust for too long. I'd like to play Halo 4 but one game doesn't justify keeping it. Draperc: actully this is true. If you don't pay Gold, you get demos a week later. So you do pay for them in a way.
Oh GAWD, A WEEK?! SAY IT ISN'T SO, HOW THE HELL CAN WE POSSIBLY LAST A WEEK?! After all it's not like we can watch some movies, play other games, or go out with friends for a week!
@PixL Did you know you can download any demo on a PC and burn it to a DVD and play it off your Xbox 360? You don't need to wait, even if your a silver member. Also, after checking out your comment history, you don't own a 360 at all. You are simply a troll trying to spout whatever nonsense you've heard regurgitated on this site over and over again.
Yeah the fact he has 5 agrees and 7 disagrees just shows the SFB dominance on this site. Whatever, if MS's new console does get released next year, this sites gonna be MSFB dominated all over again. And Im gonna sit back and watch the show.
I already own one but many will probably be getting one for Halo 4 alone. I see MS doing good this holiday.
Go for it, its good console.
Already have one. Haven't used it much in the past years but I'll be taking it outta the box and renewing Live to play Halo this year!!!!!!!!
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