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so i was wondering about the 360 and the core package (the cheaper one)...are the things that it doesnt include that important? what are some of the differences? are 360s worth it with little to no xbl?
ty for any help


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yeah they are worth gettin in the $400 360
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I don't like 360.Smiley Indifferent
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DBZWWE wrote:
I don't like 360.Smiley Indifferent


lol that was a helpful post
sry if my original post is confusing lol


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 There are some good offline games for the 360. Oblivion and Viva Pinta are the ones that come to mind for me. The stuff that does not come with the Core package are not important if you plan on not taking it online.

If your ISP does not allow you to take it online(like mine), try getting a router. I just bought a router with my recently ordered 360, and I will be able to get it online
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The core package doesn't include a hard drive which is important if you like to save alot of things without having to delete anything.
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RedDragoon wrote:
 There are some good offline games for the 360. Oblivion and Viva Pinta are the ones that come to mind for me. The stuff that does not come with the Core package are not important if you plan on not taking it online.

If your ISP does not allow you to take it online(like mine), try getting a router. I just bought a router with my recently ordered 360, and I will be able to get it online


o i have a router, just idk if id be to cheap =p....o you need the extra stuff for xbl...how much is that seperate?
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SoldierofGondor wrote:


RedDragoon wrote:
 There are some good offline games for the 360. Oblivion and Viva Pinta are the ones that come to mind for me. The stuff that does not come with the Core package are not important if you plan on not taking it online.

If your ISP does not allow you to take it online(like mine), try getting a router. I just bought a router with my recently ordered 360, and I will be able to get it online


o i have a router, just idk if id be to cheap =p....o you need the extra stuff for xbl...how much is that seperate?


All you would have to get is a XBL Gold Card and an ethernet cord.

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 That is all the stuff you get with Preimum.
  • Xbox 360 Console: Sexy styling that packs a punch - three powerful core processors are poised to pump out 720p/1080i output, 16x9 cinematic aspect ratio, anti-aliasing for smooth textures, full surround sound and DVD playback right out of the box.
  • Hard Drive (20 GB): 20 GB and detachable, the hard drive allows gamers to store their games, music, downloaded trailers, levels, demos and community-created content from Xbox Live Marketplace.
  • Wireless Controller: Hassle-free high-performance precision wireless gaming features the Xbox(R) Guide Button for quick access to digital movies, music and games libraries as well as a range and battery life of up to 30 feet and 30 hours of life on two AA batteries.
  • Faceplate: The removable Faceplate comes in stylish "chill" (white) and can be swapped out with custom Faceplates to reflect gamers' personalities or decor.
  • Headset: This lets gamers strategize with teammates or trash-talk opponents while playing games on Xbox Live.
  • Component HD-AV Cable: This connects gamers to the world of Xbox 360 games and graphics through high-definition and standard-definition connections.
  • Live Silver membership: With this, gamers can chat with friends online, send and receive voice and text messages, and access new content from Xbox Live Marketplace demos such as trailers and casual games from Xbox Live Arcade.
  • Live Gold membership: 30-day trial
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Im confused. wrote:


SoldierofGondor wrote:


RedDragoon wrote:
 There are some good offline games for the 360. Oblivion and Viva Pinta are the ones that come to mind for me. The stuff that does not come with the Core package are not important if you plan on not taking it online.

If your ISP does not allow you to take it online(like mine), try getting a router. I just bought a router with my recently ordered 360, and I will be able to get it online


o i have a router, just idk if id be to cheap =p....o you need the extra stuff for xbl...how much is that seperate?


All you would have to get is a XBL Gold Card and an ethernet cord.




ooooo...but the way red said it it sounded like you need more...like the old ps2 needed
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