I’ve been a big fan of Xbox 360 since I first got it and ever since, I’ve been hooked. But when I bought my Xbox 360, I was surprised to find out that Microsoft had failed to update their console upon release. That meant that while the PS3 still had games and other services like Netflix, Hulu, and YouTube available to download, the Xbox 360 lacked them. How did Sony get by this oversight? Well with a little help from their friends at Niantic. If you’re into gaming, then don’t worry about installing games or anything else on your phone now because you can expect a full re-release of exclusive titles (those title are also coming for the PS4) in the coming weeks.
Because of the support for Xbox 360, especially here in the US and Europe, I thought it would be a good idea to write about my life with de XBOX 360. You see, since I am now starting to use multiple virtual consoles from Samsung, I really missed having a quick focused game of ultimate Frisbee with my friends. But there is something I’m trying to get used to – how the Xbox 360 plays games. My first experience with the console was at Playground Games in New York City (where Best Buy sells their consoles), where I played Arcanum: Shadows of Fate on a couple of times.
Recently the Wii has been in the news as a console to be considered compatible with Xbox 360. However, it only supports one specific game and not all of them, so let’s shift gears and talk about games. Sony made a game called Project Morpheus available for Xbox One this month, and when you launch it, it will pop up your Xbox 360 so you can play the game with your controller. What makes Project Morpheus special is that it allows you to play games like The Last of Us and Watch Dogs on the console. This game is not available on the PS4 at the moment.
The Xbox 360 is one of the most popular video game consoles of all times. It’s a console that has been used for gaming for well over ten years now and has become a very reliable device to get you into gaming. And despite its popularity, it hasn’t had much of an economical release. Recently, however, Microsoft announced that it may release a Control De Xbox 360 2.0 Player Controller which will be released in September 2010 and will be available for purchase for $69 flat-rate. The controller will sport the same features and functionality of the original Xbox 360 controller but will bring better performance and control back to your Xbox 360. The controller also includes two HDMI ports , two USB ports, and a non-removable battery .