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Xbox 360 Arcade Spring 2010 Bundle

Platform : Xbox 360
3.7 out of 5 stars 36 customer reviews

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Arcade Spring 2010 Bundle
  • Xbox 360 Arcade console is everything you need to begin playing right out of the box.
  • This console includes an HDMI output, so you can experience your games in the highest definition possible, up to 1080p (HDMI cable sold separately).
  • Xbox 360 redefines what games look like, sound like, feel like, and play like to engage you like never before.
  • Amplify your music, photos, video, and TV.
  • Watch progressive-scan DVD movies and share your digital pictures with friends.
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Product Description

Edition: Arcade Spring 2010 Bundle

Product Description

The Xbox 360 Arcade console is everything you need to hit the ground running. Plug in the console and connect the wireless controller and you're playing.

From the Manufacturer

Fun for one, fun for all
  • Includes two games: “Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts” and “Viva Piñata.”
  • Everything you need to begin playing right out of the box.
  • Watch DVD movies and listen to your CD collection.
  • Connect to Xbox LIVE for more entertainment and games.
  • Product Description
    The Xbox 360 Arcade Spring Bundle is everything you need to begin playing right out of the box, including two Platinum Hits games: “Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts” and “Viva Piñata,” offering an incredible value for those who want the best possible gaming and entertainment experience. Family Settings allow parents to restrict game access for younger players, and an HDMI output allows you to experience your games in the highest definition possible, up to 1080p (HDMI cable sold separately).

    What’s in the Box
  • Xbox 360 Console
  • Viva Piñata (Rated “E” for Everyone)
  • Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts (Rated “E” for Everyone)
  • 256MB of internal storage
  • Xbox 360 wireless controller
  • Xbox 360 Composite A/V cable
  • Xbox LIVE Membership
  • Product Features
    Two Platinum Hits Games: Only the top selling and most popular Xbox 360 games earn the right to be called Platinum. “Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts” and “Viva Piñata” are blockbuster games, and playing them on the Xbox 360 Arcade console allows players access to the best possible Xbox 360 experience.

    Xbox 360 Wireless Controller: This award-winning, high-performance wireless controller features the Xbox Guide Button for quick, in-game access to friends and music. It has a range of up to 30 feet and a battery life of up to 30 hours on two AA batteries.

    256MB Storage: Internal storage allows you to save games and store music, pictures, trailers, levels, demos and other content available from Xbox LIVE.*

    Xbox 360 Composite A/V cable: Maximize your Xbox 360 picture quality on standard-definition televisions using this S-Video connection for a noticeable image improvement over traditional composite connecters. Play high-quality audio with the included stereo connection or use the optical audio port for digital sound.

    Xbox LIVE: Connect to Xbox LIVE for free and you’ll find free game trials and have immediate access to HD movies and Game Add-ons like songs and characters (all sold separately) so the fun never ends. Get a free one-month subscription to Xbox LIVE Gold. Xbox LIVE Gold is the best in gaming and entertainment. Invite friends from all over to connect and play online multiplayer games or watch thousands of HD movies streamed instantly from Netflix.*

    Game Description: Viva Piñata
    Developer: Rare® Ltd.
    Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios
    Genre: Simulation
    Game Rating: E (Everyone)
    Game Descriptors:
  • Comic Mischief
  • Mild Cartoon Violence
  • Viva Piñata™ is a window to another world where wildroaming, living piñata animals inhabit a growing, changing garden world. Take control of this environment and the piñata within it, influencing its contents to create your very own pet paradise. Once you have resident piñatas, begin to personalize your loyal community. Piñatas can be individually named and given their own personally designed tag to put on display as a declaration of their home turf. The customization doesn’t end there. Make the colorful critters more distinctive by customizing them with all kinds of costumes and accessories.

    Game Description: Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts
    Developer: Rare® Ltd.
    Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios
    Genre: Action
    Game Rating: E10 (Everyone 10+)
    Game Descriptors:
  • Cartoon Violence
  • Comic Mischief
  • Famed game developer Rare Ltd. is reviving one of its most beloved and successful franchises exclusively on Xbox 360® with the third installment of the Banjo-Kazooie series. Banjo-Kazooie®: Nuts & Bolts® embraces new and old fans alike, as the famous bear and bird duo return in stunning high definition for a unique adventure of epic proportions. The Lord of the Games (aka LOG) is tired of the petty squabbling between Banjo and the evil witch Gruntilda (aka Grunty) over the years, and has arranged a showdown to decide the rightful owner of Spiral Mountain. Claiming to have created every video game ever made, LOG has built the game worlds in which the contest’s challenges take place. Banjo must complete LOG’s challenges to win, while Grunty tries to stop him using every method her devious mind can muster.

    * Microsoft® Points required to shop Xbox LIVE Marketplace for games, add-ons, and media content (sold separately). Xbox LIVE Gold membership and Netflix unlimited membership required for Netflix instant streaming. See Netflix Terms of Use for details about Netflix service. Xbox LIVE Gold required for online multiplayer. Xbox LIVE system requirements available at www.xbox.com/live. Hard drive recommended, and is required for some features. Largest library based on next generation consoles. Additional storage (sold separately) may be needed for game saves, Xbox LIVE Arcade games, content downloads, personal file storage, and additional enhanced functionality. A hard drive is recommended for LIVE, and is required for some features.

    Product Details

    Edition: Arcade Spring 2010 Bundle
    • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
    • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
    • ASIN: B002I0JCOU
    • Item Weight: 12 pounds
    • Media: Video Game
    • Release Date: May 4, 2010
    • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
    • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
    • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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    Edition: Arcade Spring 2010 Bundle Verified Purchase
    I don't have all the cash to spend in the world, so deliberating between the Arcade bundle and the Elite bundle was a lengthy, careful process that involved reading multiple reviews and generating a feature vs. value spreadsheet. In the end, I'm very happy with my choice to go with the Arcade bundle. It allowed me to get the core system plus three games (Gears of War, Final Fantasy XIII, and Super Street Fighter IV) for a little less than the price of an Elite bundle. I'm giving this a 4 star review for the following issues:

    1) The pack-in games aren't that great. Neither Banjo Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts nor Viva Piñata are particularly enthralling (and this is coming from someone who greatly enjoyed the original Banjo Kazooie, and Animal Crossing - which is similar in concept to Viva Piñata). This is a matter of opinion, however, so I recommend giving both games a test drive if you can. If neither are your cup of tea, then maybe the extra $100 is worth spending on the Halo 3: ODST and Forza Motorsport III pack-ins of the Elite bundle.

    2) No means of internet connection. I prefer playing games solo and not online, so I didn't think that this would be a problem. However - and this is something important to consider - in order to use the Xbox 360 as a decent media hub, you *need* to have network access. I already have a few hundred GB of photos, music, and movies stored in a portable hard drive and was intending to hook it up to my console to watch/listen to media, but half of the file types aren't supported unless you download a system update. Of course, you can't download the update unless you're connected to the internet. D'oh!
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    My First Impressions Of The 360

    I must admit, I'm a little late to the 360 game, but I feel the need to put up a review for people who might still be on the fence about getting a 360. If your reading this, now is the perfect time to get a 360, the Jasper chipset in the 360's have reduced failure rates by an enormous amount and the 'New" 360's are getting an even newer chipset, but I'll just keep my review to the 'Original' 360.

    Once you get the 360 out of the box, you see a nice sleek looking all white system (if you have the arcade model, if not your disc tray is chrome) and almost instantly you will notice that most of the 360's housing is aluminum, though there is a little bit of plastic on the outside of the system. Once you dig further into the box however, you will notice perhaps the BIGGEST power brick ever seen on a console, this puppy even has to have its own fan! (A word of warning to people, you MUST keep your power brick in a open well ventilated area and not keep it on the floor/carpet if the power brick overheats it will give your 360 3 red rings (not a RRoD, but a general hardware failure type of 3 red rings) until its cooled off enough to safely power the system.) One thing I did notice with the 360 is that unless you install the game your playing to the 360's HDD the DVD drive is crazy noisy, so much so that I even had to turn up the volume on my TV, a 6GB install (for all games) later and the 360 was as quite as my PS3, the power brick on the other hand makes a constant low humming noise because of the fan. Overall build and design is a 9/10.

    The controller of the 360 is perhaps my favorite controller yet.
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    Edition: Arcade Spring 2010 Bundle Verified Purchase
    Purchased the X box as a christmas gift for my son at the end of October. When it was received we turned on the games played for a few minutes and everything seemed to work fine. The game was boxed up and wrapped. On christmas morning my son was thrilled to get this game. Hooked everything up to the TV and the game worked for a few minutes and froze. We reconnected everything a couple more times before the game stopped working altogether. My son was in tears!
    When the seller was contacted all the response I got was that it worked fine when it was shipped and that there was a 30 day return policy. And a slap in the face by signing "Happy Holidays" I do understand a 30 day return policy but some consideration should be made when a unit works for less than 20 minutes and then dies!
    Not happy with this seller at all but learned a valuable lesson, I will never buy Used Electronics again.
    Thanks for nothing Markis Books!
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    Edition: Arcade Spring 2010 Bundle Verified Purchase
    Let me begin by saying that I purchased this item for my children. However I feel I am qualified to write this reveiw because I unpacked the XBox 360 Arcade and upgraded it with my used 20GB hard drive. I also transferred my childrens' data from my XBox to their XBox as it now had a hard drive. And of course I have monitored my children's use of this item to be certain it has performed well...and it has been a great investment.

    I am certain there are others out there in a similar situation. I am an avid gamer on the XBox 360 and as my children became older they had become avid gamers on MY XBox 360 as well. This soon became a problem as there were 3 of us wanting to play different games at the same time on the same XBox. I knew I needed to get my kiddos their own XBox. After researching different options, I decided to go with a used XBox 360 Arcade from Amazon, and I have been very pleased with my selection.

    I had originally purchased a refurbished XBox 360 with a 20GB Hard Drive, but I had upgraded my unit with a 120GB Hard Drive (which I also purchased from Amazon). That left me with a 20GB spare hard drive. I knew my children would definitely need a hard drive for their XBox as they are playing more and more games. I decided to go with a used Arcade unit to save money, since I already had a 20GB hard drive. This was a great choice and here is why:

    The arcade XBox has a built in memory unit. Though the space is too limited for many of the games my children play, it made transfer of data from my 120GB hard drive to their 20GB hard drive a breeze. It could not have been easier. I simply attached my 120GB hard drive to the arcade 360 and transferred my kiddos' profiles and saved game data to the internal memory unit.
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