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Paying for Xbox Live kinda sucks. Here's how Microsoft can make you feel happier about it.
Every single Halo 3 cameo is here, with side-by-side photos of the actors and their characters.
Coming in the Fall 2007 update:The ability to change the Windows LIVE ID associated with and Xbox LIVE account.Promote your Xbox LIVE child account to an adult account.
Finally, after what seemed an interminable wait, Microsoft was ready to let us in on the big picture. Joystiq spoke with Microsoft's Aaron Greenberg about the Fall update and what was still in store -- DivX and Xvid support, reduced prices on XBLA "Hits" and more.
Microsoft Japan recently held a small press briefing detailing some of the new features bundled into the Xbox 360 Fall Dashboard Update. With the help of Engadget Japanese we've been able to pinpoint what relevant changes are in store for next Tuesday's update.
The Holiday comes a little early this year, as the BC team has just issued out another update. The latest backwards compatibility update is now available over Xbox Live (or will be very soon.)
"An update due to be available to XBox 360 users December 4 will bring a social networking style feature to users of the XBox Live service."
Apparently anyone under the age of 18 who originally signed up for Xbox Live is STILL considered a child even after they have passed the age of 18 and pay for their own account. There are limitations, you can not view dashboard ads, featured downloads, or use MSN messenger. It has been 2 years now and Microsoft still has not fixed this issue.
It was just confirmed that the Fall Dashboard update will be released next Tuesday, December 4th. One of the new features that will be part of the release is ‘Friends of Friends.’ With this new features, you’ll be able to browse the friends list of anyone on your Xbox LIVE friends list.
Yes you probably guessed right, CKM is Poland’s answer to Maxim and this holiday season they were using pictures of this nude model to sell Halo 3, Guitar Hero, and the XBOX 360.
Microsoft’s Xbox Live is five years old and has come a long way since it launched in November of 2002. Xbox Live started out as a multiplayer gaming network, but today the 8 million users with Live accounts do much more than just play games. Last100 looks at the state of Xbox Live today, and explores how Microsoft might enhance it in the future.
Like the Pilgrims and Native Americans breaking bread together, Microsoft and Activision are giving Xbox 360 owners something to truly be thankful for tomorrow: the Halo theme (MJOLNIR Mix edition, featuring fretwork by none other than Steve Vai) is coming to Guitar Hero III.
This is what you get when you hire clueless people for the service desk. Xbox 360 returned for refund - well, at least the shell of the console is there. And of course nobody admits authorizing the return. Can you say "owned"?
Microsoft started a new mass-ban on Xbox Live against users who flashed the firmware on their Xbox360 DVD drive to play backups. All drives seems affected and even the newest iXtreme firmwares.
Ubisoft Montreal announced today that it is developing Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas 2, a sequel to the Sin City-based tactical shooter released in 2006.
Everybody's dying to know exactly what's in the store for the Xbox 360 Fall update on Live.
If you've grown tired of traipsing through Snowbound in your desperate lust to eliminate squeaky-voiced, trash-talking cyborgs, the announcement of the downloadable "Heroic Map Pack" for Halo 3 should be just what the doctor ordered. Let's focus on the facts: December 11th, three maps, 800 MS Points ($10). The maps become free in Spring 2008.