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    Headlines - Quieter Xbox 360 drives, faster loading and new display support

    There's a whole host of new features coming the way of Xbox 360 owners, including the ability to install games onto HDD and new display support!
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    Re: Headlines - Quieter Xbox 360 drives, faster loading and new display support

    I like the idea of the party system. I've got 3 mates who I game with and over a few hours we do tend to hop from one game to the next.

    Though installing games onto your HDD is just another step toward PC gaming

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    Re: Headlines - Quieter Xbox 360 drives, faster loading and new display support

    Quote Originally Posted by Digerati View Post
    I like the idea of the party system. I've got 3 mates who I game with and over a few hours we do tend to hop from one game to the next.

    Though installing games onto your HDD is just another step toward PC gaming
    I've always found the chat system annoying on Xbox 360, it was better on the original Xbox where you could get loads of people in a room. Looking forward to the party system

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    Re: Headlines - Quieter Xbox 360 drives, faster loading and new display support

    Quote Originally Posted by Digerati View Post
    Though installing games onto your HDD is just another step toward PC gaming
    That's probably part of the point If you want traditional consoling then you've got the Wii, if you want a PC with controlled specification, 100% compatability, and a hassle-free, largely effective DRM then just use a modern console. It's a game developer's dream

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    Re: Headlines - Quieter Xbox 360 drives, faster loading and new display support

    Quote Originally Posted by Digerati View Post

    Though installing games onto your HDD is just another step toward PC gaming
    PS3 anyone?

    i can see why the delayed the spring dashboard update

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