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- Platform: Xbox 360
- PEGI Rating: Unknown
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
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The Xbox 360 puts you at the centre of an exciting, personalized entertainment experience. The console is a powerful next-generation gaming system, featuring a robust library of hundreds of games, high-definition (HD) graphics, and multichannel digital sound. Beyond gaming, the Xbox 360 allows playback of music, photos, and videos stored on Windows-based PCs or Universal Serial Bus peripherals. You even can use your music and photos to customize gaming environments. With Xbox LIVE, you can challenge and cooperate with friends in multiplayer scenarios (Gold Xbox LIVE account required); stream movies and TV shows; and download new content, including demos and games.
Xbox 360 is home to more game choices than ever before, with blockbuster titles, Xbox LIVE Arcade games, and community games on Xbox LIVE coming later this year. With a hard drive attached, Xbox 360 is backward compatible with many original Xbox games. As well, Xbox 360 Arcade is an easy and fun way to enjoy the best of classic casual titles such as Uno and PAC-MAN Championship Edition. In addition to looking and sounding fantastic on standard definition TVs, all Xbox 360 titles perform in HD for smooth, movie-like graphics and multichannel surround sound.
LIVE Free and Play Hard
Connect your Xbox 360 console to a broadband connection and get instant access to Xbox LIVE with an included Xbox LIVE Silver Membership. Access Xbox LIVE Marketplace and Xbox LIVE Arcade--all right out of the box. Express your digital identity through a personalized avatar. Talk using video and voice chat on Xbox LIVE (headset and camera not included with the Xbox 360 console), or text chat with anyone who has access to Windows Live Messenger (keyboard not included with Xbox console). Xbox LIVE Marketplace Video Store offers more than 5,600 hours of entertainment content, including high- and standard-definition movies and television shows. Upgrade to an Xbox LIVE Gold Membership, and enter the exciting world of multiplayer online gaming. With matchmaking, access to all your achievements and statistics, video chat and video messaging, and an enormous selection of games, Xbox LIVE Gold delivers your competition, on your terms.
Call Your Guide
Press the Xbox 360 Guide Button on your controller at any time--while you’re playing a game, watching a movie or listening to music--and the Xbox Gamer Guide will slide into view. From here, you can quickly see your online status and statistics, access messages, see which of your friends are online, set up a private chat, adjust your personal settings, and control your music.
Keep It Family Friendly
The Xbox 360 helps parents control the online and offline game experiences of their children by selecting whether they can play online and with whom they can play with. Parents also can lock the console to play only games that meet a certain rating. The family timer also helps parents regulate what kids play and for how long.
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This is a nice looking console the plastic coating around the outside does feel cheapish, who cares though it doesn't spoil it.
I took one of these apart that i was using for testing purposes, they say you shouldn't as it does void warranty!
Back/side vents EXTREMELY clogged with dust, including inside case.
Went over it including the Motherboard with a fine brush. It has really made a difference.
Xbox 360 is easy to use, more stable than Xbox one. The user experience is friendly to suit all the family, you pay for this product you're getting something that's reliable.
I'd love to give online a try, I'm really excited 😃
Unfortunately the Rules have changed since xbox one onwards they can now force updates on you anytime they want! You don't get this with an Xbox 360, i'm really happy with this purchase, its time to take back control, screw corporate arrogance. How dare they think they know what's best for their users!
I have a windows phone I've been a user for 5 years, not a problem, the promises they made were broken this is just the beginning!!! 🙄
I've used windows 10 a lot on pc, they've removed things, add apps/games to install by default which have nothing to do with making the experience better, the UI changes have made things more and more complicated, and in some cases resource intensive than having something that's stable and keeps working.
It's bad enough having all your information sent online, so that makes it ok to be built into the services on the Xbox itself so you have no choice in the matter. This is another thing that came up, you don't really know what info they hold.
In some ways it's like them coming where you live and deciding your bedroom needs a new look, oh and we're going to monitor you.
I have no problem with anything like that in public places, how much of that so called spying on people through their computers is being put into action to prevent crime?
Arrived a day early than expected. Setup process was user friendly, connected to internet/ xbox live, syncs with my current Microsoft account, I did however run into a problem with the billing section for making a payment, for some reason it would only let me use numbers this was when it was asking for my postcode.
I couldn't select the state to anything that would be "valid" and "up to date" it worked when i went on pc, signing in with the same account, it took 3-4 mins to do, all i did was click redeem and enter the 25 character code like it told me on the 360 and it worked no problem. I haven't tested the online gaming yet but it is saying that my xbox gold membership was successful, looking good so far!
There's a lot of control over privacy/updates, everything to do with contact between the user and the company, to data collection is defaulted to "off". background updates for apps and games is set to "off"
I use mine with my TV Toshiba 37RV753B 37-inch Widescreen Digital LCD TV with Full HD 1080p and Freeview HD via an HDMI cable to give full 1080P resolution. I have used the supplied component cable and picture quality is good but not a patch on an HDMI connection.
Xbox live Gold is excellent with constantly updated content and its this support aspect that makes the 360 such a great product. Streamed movies are watchable via Zune or Lovefilm now and the choice is excellent. Its also possible to share content with a Windows PC and I've succesfully managed to stream content to the Xbox using XP, Vista and 7.
Speaking of which DVD, MP4 files and Xvid files all play well and its possible to upscale them using the Xbox to take advantage of the 1080P output over HDMI.
I find the supplied wireless controller reliable and responsive. Battery life is decent but keep a spare charged pair at hand.
Online is where the 360 excels with massive support and a huge on line community. If you intend to play off line only you may not enjoy the 360 as much.
Parental controls are available if enabled and its possible to silence the in game trash talkers so that they don't disturb your gaming.
Does the 360 have a down side? Yes, this version has a pretty noisy DVD and fan but its not particulalry noticeable when watching a movie for me, however I can appreciate that other people will find it off putting if used as the main DVD player in the living room.
Hard disk storage. The 60GB doesn't go that far especially if you install a couple of games to the hard drive, this has been alleviated somewhat with the ability to use USB sticks in the front USB ports. I've used 16GB USB sticks and they've worked fine. Note that it is possible to upgrade the hard drive with a larger size however its Microsoft only and its pretty expensive.
This version of the console doesn't have wireless capability but it can be added by a seperate adapter that plugs into the rear USB port, note that it can physically clash with the component cable so thats another reason to use the HDMI connection. My experiences have been both good and bad with the wireless adapter Xbox 360 Wireless Network Adaptor (Xbox 360) so I generally use an ethernet cable for reliable online play. If you must have wireless choose the wireless N 360 adapter.
To summarise the 360 does a lot of things well from its main purpose as a games machine to multimedia centre and extender. It does have its flaws but if you know what these are and stick to the console's strengths then you'll thoroughly enjoy it.