By Brian Wray on 4/6/2010 11:58 PM
By Brian Wray on 3/30/2010 9:20 PM
As posted a few days ago, at the Microsoft PAX East Tweet-up, Major Nelson confirmed the rumours that the Xbox 360 would support USB storage devices (memory units and external hard drives) for everything now performed by the extremely expensive Memory Units and Xbox 360 hard drives. The USB devices need to be at least 1GB in size but while there is no limit to the size of the drive, the Xbox 360 console will only support a single 16GB partition per device with up to two devices connected per console. Expect the USB storage support on April 6. Read on for more information.
By Brian Wray on 3/24/2010 1:04 AM
"This hard drive is not being sold separately" quoted Major Nelson back in September of last year. He was talking about the 250GB hard drive that was to be included in the Modern Warfare 2, Forza 3, Final Fantasy XIII and Splinter Cell Conviction Xbox 360 bundles. Major Nelson made it quite clear that the only way you could obtain a 250GB HDD is by purchasing a special bundle. Oh Larry how could you have mislead us so. Today on the Xbox 360 dashboard and website the following product appeared; Xbox 360 Hard Drive (250 GB) for only $129.99US. Read on for more information.
By Brian Wray on 3/19/2010 12:35 AM
By Brian Wray on 3/16/2010 1:01 AM
On sale now is the new Spring 2010 Elite Xbox 360 bundle featuring everyone's favourite console with an ample 120GB HDD and Halo 3: ODST & Forza 3 as pack-ins. the bundle also comes with the regular extras such as a wireless controller, headset, component cables etc...all of the new regular price of $299.99 Canadian. Read on for more information.
By Brian Wray on 3/11/2010 1:59 AM
While Project Natal has been making headlines for Microsoft and the Xbox 360, Sony's own motion based offering has been very quiet. That was till today. Sony took advantage of the Game Developers Conference to unveil the PlayStation Move. The wireless motion based controller look awfully similar to the Wii Remote and nunchuck attachment with coloured ping pong balls stuck on top. Regardless of the appearance of the device, the Move will be supported by more than thirty developers and will have a library of more than twenty games by its launch date of Fall 2010. Read on for more information.
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