The Xbox 360 Core System • Xbox 360 Console • 20GB external hard drive • Wireless controller • Component AV cables (includes ends to hook up to both HDTV and standard TVs) • Xbox Live headset • Ethernet cable • Retails for $400
Play Xbox 360 games online over the Internet with a high-speed connection and an ever changing environment • A huge LAN • Meet gamers from all over the world • $50 per year for subscription
XBOX VS. XBOX 360 • Original XBOX had 8 GB compared to the 360’s 20 • Contains 4 USB ports that virtually compatible with almost any device including Digital cameras and MP3 players • Plays almost all of the original XBOX games • No remote control needed for DVD’s on 360 as opposed to original XBOX
New Controller • The controllers are fairly similar in layout • The main difference is the addition of 4 trigger buttons instead of the original 2 • 360 controller (bottom) also has a button in the middle to connect directly to the internet
The Games • The graphics on XBOX 360 are the clearest and realist to date • With the remake of great games that were on the original XBOX, XBOX 360 is able to keep its core fans.
Halo 1 and 2 have been the 2 highest grossing games in all of XBOX Most popular for its multiplayer/XBOX capabilities Microsoft is planning to release Halo 3 for Xbox 360 at the same time as Sonly releases their newest console PS3 The release date is sometime in Fall 06 Staying Ahead of the “Game”
FACEPLATES • Xbox 360 offers a wide arrange of interchangeable faceplates to customize your 360 • Over 1000 different to choose from • Available at XBOX. COM or other retail stores
Works Cited Metz, Cede. “Your Games”. PC Magazine. Volume 33 #19. Fall 2004. p. 114. http://xbox.about.com/od/xbox360faqs/