The original Xbox 360 allowed gamers to customize their console with faceplates. Ultimately 900+ were commercially released and I have acquired many unique faceplates, some of them quite rare and unusual. Did YOU rock any Xbox 360 Faceplates?
The Xbox 360, released by Microsoft in 2005, marked a significant milestone in the gaming industry. It was the successor to the original Xbox and played a crucial role in popularizing high-definition gaming. The console featured a sleek design with a white exterior and a distinctive concave shape. One of its standout features was its robust online gaming platform, Xbox Live, which allowed players to connect, compete, and communicate with others around the world. The Xbox 360 introduced a wireless controller, enhancing the gaming experience by providing more freedom of movement.
In terms of hardware, the Xbox 360 boasted a custom triple-core processor, high-capacity hard drive options, and a dedicated graphics processor for impressive graphics and performance. It supported a wide range of games, including popular franchises like Halo, Gears of War, and Mass Effect. The Xbox 360 contributed to the growth of digital distribution, offering downloadable content and games through Xbox Live Arcade. Despite facing some technical issues like the infamous “Red Ring of Death,” the Xbox 360 left a lasting impact on the gaming landscape and set the stage for subsequent generations of gaming consoles.
AMD Ryzen 7000 Series mini PCs are here and the first to market is the all new MinisForum UM773 Lite! Powered by the AMD Ryzen 7 7735HS this is a very powerful tiny gaming PC! In this video we do an unboxing of the UM773, Go over the specs run some benchmarks on the Ryzen 7 7735HS, Test some AAA games like Cyberpunk 2077, Spiderman remastered, Call Od Duty Modern Warfare 2 and more, plus we had to see how the Ryzen 7735HS UM773 mini pc handle emulation like Xbox360, WiiU using CEMU and PS3 emulation with RPCS3.
Collection of my 7th Generation Game Console BUYING GUIDES for the PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, PSP & Nintendo DS. Which was better: Generation 6 (PS2, Xbox, GameCube) or 7 (PS3, Xbox 360 & Wii)?
The Xbox Series X has a ton of backwards compatible games, but I want more!
* James Bond
* Baldurs Gate: Dark Alliance
* SSX Tricky
* Thief Deadly Shadows
* Alpha Protocol
* Japanese Imports
* Test Drive Eve of Destruction
* Need for Speed Underground
* Otogi 1 & 2
* Stubbs the Zombie
* Call of Cthulhu
* Burnout 3
* X-men Legends 1 & 2
* Timesplitters 2
* Timesplitters Future Perfect
* The Suffering
* The Suffering Ties that Bind
* Outrun 2 / Outrun 2006 Coast 2 Coast
* Mechassault / Mechassault 2: Lone Wolf
I’m picking through the Seattle area GameStops to find the last Xbox 360/PS3/Wii U/ 3DS games before they are gone forever. I found some good deals!
Here are the 11 XBOX game consoles I have in my collection which includes stock systems, modded, special editions and one Japanese console. (and what I think about the Xbox Series X)
With the Xbox Series X coming soon, now is the time to pickup cheap Xbox 360 games. Here is my entire collection of 184 games.
For nearly twenty years, Microsoft’s Xbox has been a constant force in gaming, nestled alongside Sony’s PlayStation as one of the most popular gaming brands. With the coming shift that the upcoming Xbox Series X will bring, fans have been clamoring for more details on what’s to come with next-gen. While the console itself features some impressive features, the one thing that players are especially excited to see more of, and to get their hands on, is the controller itself. The many controllers throughout Xbox’s history have placed themselves among the pantheon of gaming’s most iconic devices, and the Xbox Series X’s controller looks to continue on a tradition of having an accessible and engaging peripheral to get a grip on.
With this in mind, we wanted to take a look at the history of the Xbox’s key controllers and upgrades. Many of these controllers would possess features and innovations that would go on to become trailblazers for more exciting and accessible ways to play for the audience. In this video, video producer Jay Julio takes us back to the beginning with the Xbox’s original controller–often known as The Duke–and explains how each device paved the way for what came next.