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Xbox 360 Arcade
- A central hub in Xbox 360 for all your music, photos, video, TV, DVDs, CDs, digital pictures Media Center PC content and more.
- Everything that players need to get their game on with Xbox 360 including: a Xbox 360 Arcade console, a Xbox 360 wireless controller, 256MB of storage and Xbox 360 Composite A/V cable.
- Free Silver subscription to Xbox LIVE, Xbox 360's online gaming and digital entertainment portal.
- A one-month free trial subscription to Xbox LIVE Gold, where players can revel in the Xbox 360 community, download games and video, engage in online multiplayer gaming 24-hours a day, and much more.
- The ability to stream Netflix video on demand right from your Xbox 360 in seconds (requires a LIVE Gold subscription and a Netflix unlimited account).
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You can glance at my reviews and see that I'm completely lost in the last generation. I've held onto my PS2 like it was my security blanket. I'm not completely impressed with the current generation consoles trying to sell me on things that have no interest to me. I don't care about a DVD player of any kind. Blu-Ray, HD, phooey, I'm here for the games. Don't care about the online games. I go back to the Sega Dreamcast era of online console gaming. I remember the countless hours spent on dial-up access playing Phantasy Star Online. Of course, we dealt with the Gameshark modders that made weapons ten times better than any of us had found in the game, players who PK'd each other and stole your rare items. So, I have no interest, now in my 30s, to re-visit that frustration again.
I do however like the idea of downloadable content, especially the expansion pack type downloads, like with Grand Theft Auto IV. But, that's not of my concern for now. Once I saw the price drop below 200, I figured it was time to grab one of these and try it out for myself. The Red of Ring of Death isn't so much a concern to me either. I went through 6 Sega Dreamcasts and 4 PS2s. It isn't like this is the first console to have some problems.
Ok, I ordered this, this past week. The console I received has the Jasper in it. For those not in the know, not that I am really, it is just a codename for the chipset. Jasper currently is the newest one and is supposed to be more efficient and less likely to have technical problems.Read more ›
I am not going to go into the merits of a 360 ownership on this review. Rather this is geared for the gamer who has a orphaned HDD at home looking for a new 360 to be connected to, but they are afraid until they know they are going to get a Jasper.
After my fourth 360 died, this time out of warranty, I promised myself that I would never buy another one again while glaring hatefully at the number of games coming out in the next few months.
Friends had mentioned the mythical Jasper chip to me but due to the sentiment being that you are pretty much having a crap shoot on whether you would get one or not, no matter what SKU you ordered, I sat quietly and pined for a new form of entertainment.
Then I saw this product and knew everything would be safe for me to purchase it. Despite what some others are saying the 360 Arcade 512 MB version is always going to be a Jasper. Previous models had a smaller internal memory and you are stuck hoping that the model in the box was made after the Jasper date. With a 512 MB you are always getting a Jasper as that is what they are built with, there is no backlog.
One note , something that caused me to cry out in my office in fear as I opened the brown Amazon shipping box, is that the actual 360 packaging still says 256 MB on it.Read more ›
I mean we already have all the extra stuff from our RRoD 360 system so just give us the console that won't die on us and that's what MS hopefully did.
It doesn't come with a Hard Drive but I used my HD from the RRoD Xbox 360 system and I install my HD before start up and it worked perfectly. It comes with a standard AV cable but if you are a previous RRoD owner you can use your Standard/HD cable, that is what I am using now.
It also has a HDMI port but you will need to purchase a HDMI cable if you want to use the HDMI so I'll get a cable later for it. It comes with a wireless controller so that is a $40 savings, you can't have too many controllers.
I gave this 4 stars because the DVD player still makes too much noise and the jasper chip has not been tested over time yet. But the Xbox 360 is great entertainment when working.
If you are in the market for your first Xbox 360 console then get the Arcade Version with the Jasper chip and buy a HD and other accessories for it.Read more ›
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