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Paul asks…

Buying A Xbox 360.Please Help Me Out?

Lemme start out and say that i DONT want a kinect.I like it but not right now.
Ok.
I was looking at GameStop and i saw they were selling the Old Xbox 360 refurbished 20gb with MIC for $100.But i really want to get the new xbox 360 that comes with the 1M gold live and it comes with WIFI and the 250gb.Im a real WIFI person.I dont want to buy a WIFI adapter for the old xbox 360.
In my living room i have a 56inch tv and i would LOVE 2 play it there but my internet thing doesn’t go far.I dont want to spend like $60 on a adapter.
I am 14 year old so i dont have any money.My parent probably buy me the new 360 in like 2 month but i want it now.If i tell them i want the $100 i will probably get it next week.
I been waiting SO long for a 360.It been like 3month since i ask so im CraZy for 1.Everything we have money we spend it on movie and school going to start soon so shopping also.
Which one should i get.
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Leslie Tompkins answers:

Overall, I think xbox 360 is a great product. Microsoft really got it right.
It’s small, relatively quiet, minimal, and sleek. Games are as great as the old XBOXes, and if you choose to get Kinect with it, that’s great as well. It’s relatively inexpensive, considering the hardware involved. 4GB is a little skimpy, but you should find it enough; after all, you can always add some USB flash drives or even hard drives to expand your storage.

Helen asks…

How much would Gamestop give me for this?

Xbox 360 Slim 250GB with Kinect, and 5 games…..

I know they wouldnt give me more than $300…..but would they even give me 250-300$?

PS: Would trade in for a PS3….so is trade-in values woth more?

Leslie Tompkins answers:

250 mabe more ever herd of a place called the exchange look it up great place for gamers

Daniel asks…

Should I upgrade my xbox 360?

So Microsoft just announced the new xbox 360 with a 250 GB hard drive, built in N wifi, and a quieter running environment. It also is smaller, looks sleeker, and is ready for kinect. I’ve already got a 360 now, but am thinking about upgrading. I’ve got a 20 GB HDD now with the wireless G adapter. I’ve been looking to upgrade my hard drive because I constantly have to worry about memory management and cannot install games to my hard drive. This is what gamestop would give me:

Console+controller: $100
20 GB HDD: $30
64 MB Memory card: $10
Wireless adapter: $40
Extra controller: $20

So $200. The new one costs $300. Should I upgrade? I need a bigger hard drive, but upgraded wifi does not affect me much. My xbox is an old one, so it doesn’t have an HDMI port and has gotten the RROD once before. The 250 GB HDD by itself is $120 + $20 for the transfer kit. The cost on ebay is $90 for both (never used ebay before, so I’m hesitant)

Leslie Tompkins answers:

Yes because the Xbox 360 Slim has more space and it is Kinect Ready while the old Xbox 360 will need an adapter for the Kinect, built in-wifi that lets you easily connect to Xbox Live, and it is whisper quiet and will let play games and watch movies without that loud noise, the buttons are touch sensitive, and it has a sleek new bold design with a glossy black finish. It also has an upgraded chip, and a open vent on the side that lets heat come out which will prevent the RROD problem.

Lisa asks…

Should I trade in my xbox 360 for the new one?

So Microsoft just announced the new xbox 360 with a 250 GB hard drive, built in N wifi, and a quieter running environment. It also is smaller, looks sleeker, and is ready for kinect. I’ve already got a 360 now, but am thinking about upgrading. I’ve got a 20 GB HDD now with the wireless G adapter. I’ve been looking to upgrade my hard drive because I constantly have to worry about memory management and cannot install games to my hard drive. This is what gamestop would give me:

Console+controller: $100
20 GB HDD: $30
64 MB Memory card: $10
Wireless adapter: $40
Extra controller: $20

So $200. The new one costs $300. Should I upgrade? I need a bigger hard drive, but upgraded wifi does not affect me much. My xbox is an old one, so it doesn’t have an HDMI port and has gotten the RROD once before. The 250 GB HDD by itself is $120 + $20 for the transfer kit. The cost on ebay is $90 for both (never used ebay before, so I’m hesitant

Leslie Tompkins answers:

If you have the old one without HDMI then I would consider it, especially with a 20gb hdd. This is assuming that you have an hdtv or are planning to get one soon. But the value of the hard drive would probably still be worth it.

Laura asks…

Is the Halo Reach Limited Addition Xbox 360 really worth the value of $400?

I am debating on whether to get either the Halo Reach Limited Edition Xbox 360, or the new Xbox 360 Slim. But I have some questions on whether or not the Halo Reach Edition is right for me. Here are my Questions:

1. Is the Halo Reach Edition Kinect Ready? The reason I am asking this, is because when I compared both the Slim, and the Reach Edition, the Slim was Kinect Ready, but the Reach wasn’t. (Source: GameStop.com)

2. Have their been any major system problems with the Slim Console? Meaning, Hard drive overheating; 3 red rings of death; 2 red rings; system error; total system failure; CD/ DVD Drive failure?

3. If you own the Slim version of the Xbox 360, was it worth spending $300? Meaning, did you get your moneys worth, and have you had or haven’t had any system problems with it. If you have please list them. And where you bought the system.

4. What would you choose based on your System experience? The slim version? Or the Halo Reach Version?

5. If you were on a budget, and you were a MAJOR Halo fan, would you buy the reach 360 limited edition and the Halo Reach Legendary Edition plus the Limited Halo Reach Guide all on the same day?

Leslie Tompkins answers:

If your really a MAJOR Halo fan then go with the Limited edition. To me the Limited edition may look cool a first glance but is actually just a regular 360 with paint. The slim is quieter, smaller, and kinect ready. Even if you weren’t going to buy kinect I’d still recommend the slim. If you had the money to buy the limited edition 360 but instead bought the slim you should have at least enough to buy just the regular version of halo reach If not Legendary edition.

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