That really stinks. I really love the Xbox 360. Xbox One has the better graphics and all that jazz but I honestly think the Xbox 360 is a better console. Besides the Red Ring of Death, which Microsoft address and handled very well, it didn't have issues. Games always ran flawlessly, Xbox Live rarely had issues, games rarely had issues, you could split screen every multiplayer game, you could system link every single multiplayer game WITHOUT THE NEED OF XBOX LIVE OR INTERNET, it was just an all around console. Nearly flawless.SilentRebel38 wrote:I'm afraid that Microsoft also agrees with that statement. The store on the 360 isn't reliable anymore. One time I wanted to buy a game (digitally because I would never find it here) and I inserted my credit card, but then I had to call Xbox support to remove the credit card from my account because it would simply refuse to remove it due to an error.TheLegendary117 wrote:I mean, we still have the choice between Xbox 360 and Xbox One, it's just that Xbox One has a healthy population and the 360's is slowly dyingJestzer wrote:You're right, but it's something that I think everyone has accepted, especially since there's no other choice on the Xbox One. I believe Reach was optimized to run better when installed, but the very least, it didn't have the problem Halo 3 had.TheLegendary117 wrote:If memory serves me right, didn't Bungie say that downloading the game to an Xbox 360 would actually make the game run a bit slower? Maybe I'm thinking of Halo Reach or miss remembering all together.
That and playing games on the Xbox One really feel better. I may use the 360 for games that aren't BC (Sonic Unleashed comes immediately to my mind) or because I don't have a second One controller to play with a friend, but other than that, I'll mainly use my One X.
It stinks to see it's lifespan coming to an end. :'(