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21. Posted: Sun 8th Nov 2009 03:34 GMT
You have a Wii and Playstation 3, correct?
In that case, no. It has the RRoD, terrible hardware and software failure rate, lacking upcoming exclusives, and worst of all, you're force to pay $50 a year for ONLINE PLAY!
Sure it's a good console, but it's not worth your money.
22. Posted: Sun 8th Nov 2009 03:35 GMT
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23. Posted: Sun 8th Nov 2009 03:39 GMT
Have yet to hear of high rates of RROD/E74/Overheating problems on consoles from the last 14 months at least... warranty for taht is 3 years, so there's nothing to worry about on that side...
I have never heard of any SOFTWARE failures... and I've had my 360 for a long time, weird, I would've heard or experienced one by now...you can pay less if you want, and some games can be played online with a Silver account...upcoming exclusives is subjective, I see a lot on Wii and DS, a good amount on 360, but none in the near future for my PS3 (Uncharted 2 is already out...), so it all depends on your taste (or how much of a blind fanboy you are lol)
Edited on Sun 8th November, 2009 @ 03:40 by DarkG
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24. Posted: Sun 8th Nov 2009 03:47 GMT
so it all depends on your taste (or how much of a blind fanboy you are lol)
I LOL at the irony.
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25. Posted: Sun 8th Nov 2009 07:07 GMT
$50 for a year isn't that much. That's about 14 cents a day.
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26. Posted: Sun 8th Nov 2009 15:55 GMT
Yeah I decided to hold off, I only wanted it for XBLA, but I think I'll just wait a while. Did you know it does not have built in wireless?
27. Posted: Sun 8th Nov 2009 16:30 GMT
DarkG wrote:so it all depends on your taste (or how much of a blind fanboy you are lol)I LOL at the irony.
I know! lol.
Yeah, I know. Thats bull.
Edited on Sun 8th November, 2009 @ 16:31 by IAmNotWill
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28. Posted: Sun 8th Nov 2009 17:01 GMT
IF you're gonna play multiplayer-intensive games with Wi-Fi access you shouldn't play at all... Wi-Fi is not as cheap, reliable, safe or fast as Ethernet (unless you get the new Wireless-N adapter...)
29. Posted: Sun 8th Nov 2009 17:10 GMT
The lack of built-in wireless is one of the single biggest stumbling blocks with the Xbox 360 console. I love it, but having to add another $100 just to plug in that wireless network adapter is insane.
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30. Posted: Sun 8th Nov 2009 17:23 GMT
There is a way to use Wi-Fi without it.
Is it after 9PM EST? You should probably ignore the above post.
31. Posted: Sun 8th Nov 2009 17:26 GMT
So you have to connect a laptop to the Xbox 360 in order do it? Hmmm. I guess if you don't want to shell out the $100 and have a laptop, it's a good idea.
32. Posted: Sun 8th Nov 2009 19:58 GMT
Use a long ethernet cable, it by far a more reliable connection method for online play,if it had built in wireless it would cost more to manufacture so they made a desicion to leave it out while ensuring that it could still be online straight out of the box. As for the Xbox itself ,its totally worth getting just for the arcade alone not to mention the other great games on there. The newer models are far more reliable so the RROD is not an issue to any new buyers,plus a 3 year warranty which is amazing. They are selling the elite with 2 controllers and 3 new recent games for £199 in the Uk at that price it's a steal. Go get one
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33. Posted: Mon 9th Nov 2009 14:08 GMT
I just have a long ethernet cable that I keep rolled up behind my entertainment center. When I want to get online I just plug it in to my router (which sadly is about 20 feet from my tv) but it works great and it's cheap.
I've also heard you can run the original xbox wireless network adapter on the 360, which run about 50 bucks. Can anyone confirm that? Are there any drawbacks of going that route vs. the 360 adapter?
I was in gamestop yesterday and they said they sell used wirless adapters for 69.00 but they don't stay in-stock for long so check often. If you had their membership, then you'd save an additional 6 or 7 bucks I think. Not bad vs. $99 new.
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34. Posted: Mon 9th Nov 2009 14:15 GMT
I've heard that too.. I guess it must be an 802.11b (or b/g at best like the PS3 and Wii internal ones) adapter, while the official Xbox 360 one is 802.11a/b/g and the new one will be a/b/g/n... 802.11a has the least interference, while having as much bandwidth as 802.11g, so it's preferred unless you have 802.11n @ 5 GHz... so the only drawback is the compatibility, and that's up to you to decide if it's worth the extra cash depending on if you have a Wireless Router that supports a or n...