Archive for Xbox 360
In a recent interview with the Japanese media, George Andreas, Rare Ltd’s Senior Designer, revealed exclusive details of Rare’s upcoming Xbox 360 action-adventure game [...] read more »
In the lead up to the Tokyo Game Show, Microsoft has officially announced the release dates for the Xbox 360 console in the US, Japan and Europe. [...] read more »
As well as releasing details of the contents of the two Xbox 360 bundles due out later this year, Microsoft has released a list of the peripherals available for the Xbox 360, along with pricing information.
Some of the accessories available for the Xbox 360 are specifically designed to enhance gamers’ Xbox Live experience. A full list of peripherals and their prices is given [...] read more »
Microsoft has officially announced the price and package contents of the two XBox 360 bundles that will be available at the release on November, 25th. The basic XBox 360 Core System is priced at US $299.99. The XBox 360 Premium Edition will come with [...] read more »
The basic Xbox 360 Core package ($299.99) will ship with a standard, wired controller. Only the more expensive Xbox 360 Premium bundle ($399.99) will come with a wireless controller, amongst other extras such as [...] read more »
Microsoft has announced that the Apple iPod MP3 player will interface with the Xbox 360 console. Users will be able to browse the iPod playlists and play MP3s directly from the iPod through the Xbox 360 interface.
The iPod can be plugged directly into [...] read more »
TeamXbox.com conducted an interview with Todd Holmdahl, Corporate Vice President of the Xbox Product Group at Microsoft, who asserts that the Teraflop advantage of the PS3 exists only on paper, whereas the 3-CPU-core hardware configuration of the Xbox 360 will be able to demonstrate greater real-life performance. [...] read more »
With all the comparisons being made between the features and specs of the upcoming PlayStation 3 and XBox 360, it would be a refreshing change to focus on the most obvious difference between the two. Have you noticed that the PS3 is convex in shape while the XBox 360 is concave?
So what is all this flopping about? FLOPS are Floating Point Operations Per Second. Simply put, flops are a measure of how quickly a computer can calculate things. We compare the Playstation 3, Xbox 360 and the Nintendo Revolution and see which one flops the best (pardon the pun). [...] read more »