I've had mine since release (the 250GB model). It looks better. It's quieter. It's near silent. It has great touch sensitive controls. You can install every game to the hard drive with zero space concerns. It has auto-shut off (anti-RROD). It's already set-up for Kinect (if that interests you). It has built in Wi-Fi. The only way it didn't improve upon the previous version was the removable HDD, and even that's possible. I HIGHLY recommend it. It is the console the XBOX360 should have been from the beginning.
You don't lose any of the GwG titles permanently. You only lose access to them until your Gold account is reactivated.
EDIT: Downvotes for the truth?
>Games available on Xbox One via the program require a Gold membership to play, which isn't the case for Games with Gold on Xbox 360.
✦✦✦✦✧ XBOX 360 Wireless Headset
-Other players' voices come through much stronger than on the wired headset.
-Lightweight, easy to use.
-Being cord free is very convenient.
-You can't speak softly into it. If you're going to speak, use at least a normal tone of voice, simply because of where it picks up your voice.
-You cannot use it while charging. Normally this isn't a problem because I leave it plugged in when I'm not using it, but I keep my wired one around just in case. Hasn't been a problem though.
-Expensive. As other reviewers here have stated, $50 is a lot more than a $10 wired mic which will do the same job.
Overall I'd have to give this product 4 eggs. I'm only nocking an egg off for the price and the fact it can get a bit finicky at times. Works just as advertised and if the portability and convenience are worth the money, you can't beat this product!
It's far from instant gratification, but bing is desperate for users they will pay you to search. Apart from other gift cards you can redeem points for $3 and $5 Xbox gift cards.
I would say that you might have a chance of being able to use it if you can find a way to keep it cool. I had a friend that this happened to and he ended up using his minifridge as a means of being able to play it. I've also heard that frozen towels are a favorite method as well.
Unless you have the knowledge and experience of fixing consoles, you're better off just buying a new one. If you get a new one that is a different model, you can buy an Xbox 360 Hard Drive Transfer Cable (Price will vary) to move your data to your new console.
82 on Metatcritic. Don't be so rash to judge. There's been a ton of games I've gotten from PS+ that I had no interest in and ended up loving. For example, I went from 'lol @ Costume Quest' to 'Please make more Costume Quest!1!!'.
Even Gizmodo reposts their own shit.
I've never used a rechargeable battery station or anything like that, so it might be bias when I say stick with the Microsoft Play & Charge Kit. You never have to fumble around with batteries or anything like that. If your battery is running out, the lights around the guide button in the middle will start flashing... at this point, all you need to do is hook up your charge cable for a while. You can still play while it's charging as well.
sight unseen? no. from your grandma who used it once and then put it in a closet? yes. anything in between, and it depends. If it comes with a 250GB or 320GB hard drive, and you are able to test it thoroughly before buying it, I'd lean towards yes.
If it does not come with a hard drive, you need to make sure it's the 4GB model, again, testing it before paying is the best way.
Also, when testing it, make sure it works on Live (meaning it's not banned).
for my money, I'd pay $200 and buy a new one. or if you want a Live gold sub for the next two years, and money is tight, get the $99 contract one.
Just thinking outside of the box... Couldn't you possibly use this on any game that Best Buy has for $19.99 that Target doesn't and walk out of there with a great deal? I noticed Best Buy has some games I haven't played:
Batman Arkam City: GOTY,
Dead Rising 2
Fall Out New Vegas: GOTY
Mass Effect 2
Red Dead Redemption
Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit
Saints Row 2
Then I noticed that the AD states... Any of these 4 games and not any game in stock which OP says. Darnit OP! I wanted a different game for a buck :D
According to Metacritic there have already been 23 reviews with an average of 91% on PS3 and 92% on xbox 360 so far.
IGN put up a video of that yesterday. The Xbox 360 averaged to being about 4-6 seconds faster than the ps3. Different scenarios were used like when you first start the game, after you die and 1 or 2 more but i can't remember. Here's the link if you want to check it out.
The DVD drive is going out/has gone. I have had the same problem periodically with mine (along with the added bonus of having it not want to eject the tray.)
Here's an eHow on changing out the drive:
You can get replacement drives on Amazon.
What he also doesn't understand is Xbox support has absolutely no control over the greater decisions of Microsoft. So in that regard, it absolutely is whiny as fuck because he didn't even address this to the proper department. Support is not a place to vent about something you don't like, it's for resolving technical issues you might be having with the hardware or the service itself. Better outlets for such things can easily be found elsewhere:
Feedback on xbox.com
Writing a letter
From the Microsoft end, MS is definitely investing heavily in the Kinect so any "going away" will not be from negligence on their end. The Kinect is well-suited for family-oriented gaming. Games I would recommend specifically for children are Dance Central 1 & 2 (girls seem to like these game more than boys) and Kinect Sports 1 & 2. I have not tried Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster, but it got good reviews may be good for your 6yo especially if you, your spouse or even her sister want to play with her. Do note that the Kinect requires a good amount of free space, at least 7 ft. in front of the TV.
Another often overlooked aspect of the Kinect is it's voice recognition. MS is integrating it into everywhere it can on the Xbox. If you are a hardcore gamer, MS is using it for menu navigation on games like Halo, Forza, and Mass Effect. If you like to watch movies and video, its really nice to be able to say "Xbox, pause" on Netflix and Hulu instead of fumbling for a remote.
Here's a deal for a Kinect for $100 from buy.com via eBay. Amazon has it for $120.
Full Disclosure: I am an employee of Microsoft
Here you go
For example this article
PS3 Media Server was an utter failure for me when it came to 1080p MKVs. All the reconfiguring was a huge turnoff for me. Media Browser is what you want. It ties into the Media Center extender for XBOX 360.
I made a post about this some time ago. Here ya go!
You need to go to the Vikki and Vance Casino.
When you work your way into the heart of the town, you'll find a few buildings that you can enter and explore. One of them is called Vikki and Vance Casino. That's where you'll need to head to next, but don't just run in there willy-nilly. First, explore the settlement to be sure that all other enemies are cleared. Chances are, the foes that didn't follow you when you ran for it a little earlier will be roaming the city streets. These guys likely have guns and explosives. If a foe is about to throw explosives at you, try to target the explosives in their hand to detonate it with VATS, thus eliminating both the explosive and the enemy that was throwing it at you. When all is cleared, and you've scoured the dead bodies for any goods you may want, you can then head into Vikki and Vance Casino.
Taken from IGN's guide
If you have Windows 7 or at least Windows Media Center on Xp or Vista, then you can just use the DIVX Plus Codec Pack to stream from your PC to Xbox.
It is by far the easiest way, as the Xbox syncs very well with Windows Media Center. And there is no additional software to load and configure, just a codec pack to install. This is the method that I recommend to all of my friends.
Me personally, I have other boxes that I stream to. But I have used PS3 media center and loved that too.
The head of the program discusses whats involved about 15 minutes in: https://www.twitch.tv/microsoftstudios/v/53393877
There is a fair bit of work involved in each title. They have to play through the entire game to ensure everything works properly and that there aren't any new bugs. This can take quite a while.
Go back to Costco and buy a pack of Eneloops. You get a bunch of AAs, a few AAAs, C and D adapters (put the AAs in the adapter to get a C or D cell), and a charger for something like $20. Enerloops are awesome. The only downside is you have to take the batteries out to charge them, but for $20 it's worth it.
Edit: Or these, which is a different pack than what I've seen in the stores. But still a good deal.
Considering cost is not an issue, why would you limit yourself to a 32 inch? You can get a 32 inch 1080 p LCD tv on newegg for $270 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16889611019
Which is less than i paid for my computer monitor 4 years ago... 42 inch LCD tvs in 1080p are like 500 or so at costco now. To answer your question about 1080P being worth it, you will notice the difference. Between 720p and 1080p the resolution changes from 1366 x 768 to 1920 x 1080, if you're a computer gamer you will understand the difference this can make. Since you don't save a lot with the 720p models, why bother?
The only game I think that would work for is PSO.
I know I have a Logitech PS2 + Keyboard controller somewhere. The thing's massive. I bought it due to its uniqueness.
EDIT: Found a picture of it. http://imgs.inkfrog.com/pix/24hrs/logitech_netplay.jpg
While searching for a picture of it I found a GameSpot forum post with people saying how much the ChatPad would suck... http://www.gamespot.com/forums/system-wars-314159282/xbox-360-gets-minikeyboard-controller-25541640/
Go here if you need a deal right now, this is the best out. They're legit and you'll have your code in a couple minutes. Don't know anything about the site you posted.
I often game on a 32" LCD TV from about 4-5 feet, and it is fine. realistically, if you can get a 40" or bigger, it will likely be a nicer set all around. I would not get too hung up on the 120hz/240hz specs. unless you have some very specific videophile needs (ie you know what pulldown is), even 60Hz is fine. virtually no video sources output anything greater than 60Hz. the 120 and 240 Hz displays just interpolate the extra frames. to me personally, I find the effect jarring. some people like it. you should see what you think. if you find it agreeable, by all means get a TV that does it. I would spend more time looking at response time, which LCD and LED TVs struggle with.
the other feature talked about a lot is 3D. whether or not you want it is again, a personal choice, but I would not dismiss it entirely, as there are Xbox 360 games that can be played in 3D. I've personally never played an Xbox game in 3D, nor do I really want to, but it might be nice to have the choice later on down the road.
here is a 40" 1080p Samsung 60Hz LCD from Best Buy for $427.99, w/free shipping. it has a 5ms response time, which is not too bad.
Here is a list of GotY games
Edit: Here is an amazon link for the game US
If you have an Android phone you can use my widget to remind you what free games are avalible. I made it because I didn't want my kids to miss out on any of the free games :)
No, unless it is an input as well as an output (unlikely).
You could get a USB TV stick - I've used an old Haupage one in the past although it isn't HD but it worked well enough with S-video input.
This thread covers a similar question.
Is there a significant advantage to using this over, say, Howlongtobeat? As in, could I find value in migrating my entire game collection/list over? Or is this more for someone that doesn't have their collection listed anywhere yet?
I still have 74 unfinished 360 games. I finish games at roughly the rate of 75 per year, but I have several different consoles. I'll be playing 360 games for at least 2-3 more years.
PSTV and PS4 are my "main" "new" consoles. Street Fighter V is the clincher for me, as SFIV was vis a vis Xbox 360 and its larger install base. It was serendipitous that the 360 version of SFIV turned out to be the not-flawed one.
This deal is still live on bestbuy.com--I just got it good luck everyone!
I used to get that error even after I was online while trying to stream some specific shows. What I do now is share everything through TVersity and have it transcode everything. I haven't had a single problem since, even when I'm offline.
Assuming you have the correct T8H bit, it's cake. Youtube it; google it; whatever.
Hell, even with the right size flathead it's easy.
Tear that sucker apart and learn something today :)
I can't speak for the codes, but the cards certainly are not normally $40. they fluctuate between $40 and $50 quite a bit. and the official price is $60
Without the facebook links (I'm not on FB and just get lots of pop ups when try to open it!)
The game one is available in store as well.
Give an app like TunnelBear a shot. I use it for listening to Spotify in the Caribbean, since it's not available here yet. I also signed up for Bing Rewards here too. TB worked for me for both of them
There's always eBay. The prices are actually quite good if you live in the US... not as great if you in Canada, but still doable I suppose and if you live elsewhere I suggest checking your local eBay site.
Do not use a 3rd party cable!!!!
Get the MS package that way you know its 100%
The cable fucks the HD to where it won't work on a 360, i just made that mistake and it cost me $50. Proof here I was gonna trash it but thought someone might want it.
Tl;DR: Get the MS one.
Can be done online also, but last year in 2017 they had limited stock for online sale (sold out in 1 hour ran from thursday 12am cst to like 1am cst) and some people had problem cause they bought it on Thrusday 12AM but for Gamestop server time it was still Wednesday (or something like that), read if you have this thread from last year - https://slickdeals.net/f/10825511-xbox-360-pre-owned-free-after-mir-gamestop-black-friday-0-01
some redditor gamertags
saw some Australians and at least one kiwi listed, so your neck of the woods is represented on that list.
There are differences but they are pretty similar:
Also, when has hardware driven sales, really? Both the Xbox 360 and the PS3 sold 80 million units each, while the PS3 was much more powerful (the difference between the PS3 and the Xbox 360 being greater than the PS4 and Xbox One).
Go ahead and upgrade, just don't buy retail or you will get screwed. Sucks that it has to be like this, but DICE did what they could.
Enjoy. 250GB HDD for $50 with free shipping.
It's probably really hard to say anything about it withou having played it, I always wanted to. I cannot recommend it, but looking at all the reviews there sure are a lot of people who really liked it. You could give Crackdown a try (the first), I loved it. I liked Conan, which is a second class God of War clone, or Dante's Inferno. I liked both very much. Saint's Row 2 is still a lot of fun. Kingdom of Amalur is pretty recent and I had a blast playing it, even if the combat somewhat stales after some time. Marvel: Ultimate Alliance is a fun game for couch co-op.
Gamespot has given it a 4.5. Everyone else on the planet seems to think it's not half bad. Try to elaborate on more than one source next time instead of saying that it has "bombed".
I believe there is a procedure involving a towel (?) that you can use to restore a box suffering from RROD. BRB.
EDIT: Ah, found it: http://www.ehow.com/how_4616115_do-rrod-towel-trick.html
Good luck bro.
You can do a set number of searches per day that earn you points. Then you use those points to buy rewards like Amazon or Xbox credit. It it not as great as it once was, but with persistence, you can still earn free stuff.
must be in-store pricing only.
yup, this needs to be upvoted. The wireless is poor quality and why have that when you can buy the X-11 for $10 more.
This is misleading. Neither Xbox Live nor Facebook were hacked. They just released 62,000 logins they obtained through writerspace.com. What they're saying is "hey here's some username and passwords, go try them on Xbox Live and Facebook!". NOT "We have hacked Facebook and Xbox Live!"
Go here to check if your account was compromised.
I had trouble with Media Player/Center then someone on here suggested TVersity and that solved all my problems. I still need to connect to my PC but not to Live or anything.
EDIT: There is also PS3 media Server but I never tried that.
Take a look at the highest scoring xbox 360 games on metacritic.com. You really can't go wrong with any of the games in the 90s.
yes it's possible, but you can try handbrake or mpegstreamclip to convert your h.265 mp4/mkv to h.264.
be forwarned that converting may take a long time on some files and may bloat the file sizes. It's better if you download files that are h.264 already
Your Samsung phone needs to support USB OTG. If it doesn't the controller won't work.
This is a USB C OTG adapter, it will let you plug in your XBox controller via USB to your phone. I've assumed you have a recent Samsung device which uses Type C.
It also depends on the app or game whether it supports external controller.
You want THIS
This make this one specifically for 360
My collection is not quite as expansive as his, but I have my PS3 collection, 360 games, gamecube, wii games and my PS1 collection on this shelf: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0058O8GZY
Each row holds about 40 Xbox 360 games, 20 on each side of the divide. I think you could fit about 200 Xbox 360 games on it if that's all you had. I literally bought it just for games and it's pretty nice once it's loaded with games.
Yeah, I highly suggest you purchase it if you haven't played it, it is worth it. it is Challenging, Action packed, great story/dialogue, and the actors are perfect for the characters. I bought mine off of amazon here
Do you have a scanner? Just the sales receipt you get in store and I think need to take photo of Serial Number of Xbox 360 systerm and upload it online. I did it online too last year. For data points read this thread from last year if you need more help.
It should say on the back of the case. Something following the lines of this.
Usually green colored text is for local. While Orange is for LIVE
From reading this, I tried Harm's Way -- thanks for sharing, that game is awesome. Tell your friend to get a xbox HD on ebay for $10 shipped or a 1GB Flash Drive on ebay for $1 shipped and go with Harm's Way!
Wait. GTA IV got a 98 on metacritic? Seriously since when? omg the mf'er got a 98 on consoles...
Anywho, my opinion is that both Batman games are tier I, no doubt.
Nice list, homie.
That controller would be perfect with the cables I bought for my TV. What a deal!
I made an adapter for my PC headset to work on my Xbox using the guide linked below. It requires quite a bit of parts from Radio Shack and some soldering... but it worked. If you're into DIY stuff like that, it's pretty fun.
I've been thinking about the easy games and GS but also the TA ratio itself. The site's "TrueAchievement ratio" is simply a square root of the number of people who have played the game on their website over the number of people who got that achievement on the website. For instance, this achievement is my highest TA ratio.
Its TA ratio is 3.84. The number of people on the website who played the game is 4467. The number of people who got the achievement is 303. Do the math and you find out they also round to the nearest hundredth.
If there's not a lot of tracked gamers playing a game, the ratio becomes easy to be a big value.
tl;dr: If the game is rare and not a lot of people finished the game, it's easy to get a big TA ratio.
You used to be able to get them here, but at present they are sold out. I can't imagine that there isn't somewhere else with them in stock, the question is where.
It does not matter what method the source used, it still doesn't change the fact that a user violated a NDA which probably went something like this...
via a forum post in GameFAQs in a previous "preview"
>IMPORTANT REMINDER: The Xbox LIVE Preview Program is confidential. Please don’t disclose, share, or discuss preview program materials, except as allowed in the Xbox LIVE Preview Program Agreement. Specifically, please:
>· DO NOT Blog about the pre-release materials.
>· DO NOT Post pictures, screenshots, or video clips of the beta materials.
>· DO NOT Discuss the pre-release materials, in discussion forums, emails, or podcasts.
>· DO NOT Talk with the media or press about the pre-release materials. This includes bloggers, newspaper reporters, and television reporters.
Also, telling me that I might be "retarded" indicates that you are clearly running out of counter-arguments. Got any more?
Here is a 250GB brand new Xbox 360 (the new model) S for $250. Use Bill Me Later to get $25 off.
Yeah, if you're trying to save money, I also highly recommend buying the most basic console Microsoft sells which will be around $200 at its regular price. This is what I did when I bought my console, and then I just bought a third party 250 GB HDD off of ebay for $50-60 a few months later. I've been using the HDD for 3 years now, and I haven't been banned or warned by Microsoft. I feel like I got just as much out of my basic bundle as buying the premium bundle, and I saved $50. There's no reason at all to spend that extra $100.
EDIT: Here's a link to a $50 HDD. I can't vouch for how easy it is to install this HDD, but when I bought my older model HDD, I just snapped it on without having to open the 360. Took no more than 10 seconds. Wonder if anyone with a Slim can provide any info on how to insert a HDD on a slim, and if this $50 HDD with a basic bundle would be the equivalent of getting the premium bundle.
Looks like you're right. Since the official start of fall is less than a month away and no official release date has been announced, it should be within the next month or two then.
IGN gave it a 4.5, sure, but they've been odd with reviews lately.
The game actually has good acclaim from Gamespot, Destructoid, Giant Bomb, and many more, as seen here
If you have an E series there is a very good chance it is still under warranty. Don't open it if it is, because in the event that it breaks Microsoft will probably fix it for free. If it's not under warranty, and you still want to clean it, take a look at the following link.
Please note if you're just cleaning the console out you don't need to follow all these directions because you don't need to fully disassemble it.
For future reference G2A has 7 day codes for $.70 cents. and has the cheapest prince on the other codes, 1 month, 3 month, 12 months etc.
Here is where I get my xbox live.
It costs 6.76 for a month.
Plus use the promo code "frags" to get 40 cents off. This is a legit site that sends you a code in the mail.
The new xbox uses 50% less power, so considering how much you play could pay for it self in 2 years time, considering you play at least 3 hours a day. proof is in the pudding
Definitive has the extra DLC. I would personally go for definitive if I were to buy it this late after its release. Especially if you didn't get sleeping dogs when it was a free GWG. Plus the graphics being improved will make it even better than it was. The graphics were actually pretty decent from what I remember. Might give it another play through myself as I still have to complete the DLC I bought a while back. You get about 9 extra hours if you have all the DLC. http://howlongtobeat.com/game.php?id=8640
Best Buy has a total of 11 different 1080p LCD TVs for less than $200.
Here's a 24" Coby refurb for $165.
My AXPros do not bother me in the slightest. Optical in to them and full control of surround channels on the inline control. I set the surround to a slight delay and the reloading and footsteps in a FPS are much enhanced.
edit having a wireless setup would be much more convenient but unless you are getting the x41 then you are trading off surround and fidelity unless you also buy the DSS for the x11 / x31 you only get stereo in / out. Turtle beach DSS
I believe a package of that DSS and the x11 is exclusive to bestbuy in the US. link
currently best buy...
Agreed, I recommend purchasing by the year with one of these 12 month cards. And if you wait, they usually go on sale for $40 two or three times throughout the year at Buy.com, Amazon, or Newegg.
With wired controllers, you just plug it in and download Xpadder to set buttons. (At least for windows 7) Pretty easy setup too
Phyllus is on the money. if you want gamesaves and game installs on it, 16GB is the max. if you are only going to use it for media like music/movies/pictures, format it FAT32 (no, the Xbox will not do this for you). If you are using a Windows PC for formatting the drive, you will likely need a utility to do it, as Windows limits FAT32 partitions to 32GB. I use FAT32format
Media Browser works stupendously! You don't have to convert anything as the transcoding is all done on the fly by your server (assuming you have a decent box) and you should get good results.
PS3 Media Server, while good for a while, failed me miserably when playing MKVs, and I found having to reconfigure it for each different video type to be a royal pain in the ass.
I did a brief write up on it, and it has links to get you started. Good luck.
Speaking to non-warranty-voiding mods... I installed TVersity on my netbook and use it to stream content to my Xbox. Some formats require an extra codec pack download, but you'll be warned and asked if you want to download them when you hit one.
As for the credit card attached accounts... Here's what I would do... Set up your own account with the credit card and the password then set up separate accounts for the 10 year olds and the 5 year old. That way everyone has their own games, game saves, etc. and you don't have to worry about your credit card.
You have a kinect. You have a 5 year old girl. You are now obligated to buy Kinectimals (with Bears!) if you have not done so already.
Try setting up PS3 media server (works fine with the 360) or TVersity
I found these worked for me when WMP didn't. Easy to set up, can transcode on the fly and play just about anything you can throw at them. TVersity won't do mkv files for the 360 though so if you have a heap of them go with PS3 media server.
Download Avidemux, it can repackage video in different container formats, as well as re-encode audio and video (or bake in subtitles, so I can watch anime on my phone).
I use Jamcast by SDS Technologies. It's a similar app, but for PC. However it is audio only. There is a free 14 day trial which requires you to signup to their website and verify your email address, which is what I did and tested out the software. Apart from that the trial really is free, I don't remember having to give my credit card details or anything like that. The website is very clear that the app will cost you £26. (I assume that would be something like $40)
(Disclaimer: I don't work for Jamcast and am not affliated with them or any similar company. I found the software quite nifty and thought I'd share with you guys about it. I would have preferred to link to a more ''neutral'' Wikipedia page instead of their website, but unfortunately there is no jamcast Wikipedia page. If someone knows of a similar app, reply to me and I will edit my post. Free would be best of all!)
You can try the penny or clamp mod, but they may not fix the issue. I have one sitting in my basement right now that I was never ever to get working. The gfx card shifts bc its fucking glued on. I clampted it and tried th epenny mod and neither worked. You can do whats called reflowing the board but that is hit or miss as well. Its the last thing I have to try at this point.
Check if its covered, then open her up and try the xclamp fix first.
What is the exact error when you are getting the failed update when connected via internet?
One thing that could cause it is DNS problems, try change the DNS server under network setting to googles
I owned an older but very similar turtle beach headset that worked with PC & 360. they were fine, but eventually the microphone went out. it could easily been my fault though, as they did fall of my desk not long before the mic died. I bought these to replace it.
I had a coupon and got them at Best Buy for about the same price as the X12s (I want to say it was $50~$55 after tax). I think the Trittons are a little better. for one thing the mic is easily replaced. for another, it also works with my PS3 in addition to PC and 360. Can't say they sound any worse or better, or that the build quality is better (though the volume control module seems to be built better), but so far so good.
I do think you can come up with a better price on the X12s. they were $43 on Amazon on August 31, for example.
I just found another cool little deal. If you're planning on some pizza anytime soon you might as well do this. I actually used 1 code and got 2 coupons. You can use the coupons on gift cards. It was like getting free pizza, breadsticks, and a brownie dish.
Xbox 360 supports external USB HDD or USB Flash Drives also in case you need more space.
I don't download or save anything in that 4GB cause I think it is eMMC flash memory and it is hard to replace it (like need to open it up and solder it, etc.)
I keep a cheap USB Western Digital HDD plugged into it at all times, but it is mostly due to my games being digital (I get free games from Games With Gold - https://www.xbox.com/en-US/live/gold and https://www.xbox.com/en-US/live/gold#gameswithgold ). Like this month they gave out Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and I like it a lot. You can play it even after your subscription expires.
Yeah, you just need one of these and you should be good:
Component to HDMI Adapter, YPbPr to HDMI Coverter + R/L, NEWCARE Component 5RCA RGB to HDMI Converter Adapter, Supports 1080P Video Audio Converter Adapter for DVD PSP to HDTV Monitor https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07ZHFR2V3/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_i_J8ZDJJFVVYW8MNRMD90S
Why not get something like this. HDMI to RCA Converter, HDMI to AV Composite Video Audio Converter Adapter Supports PAL/NTSC for TV Stick, Roku, PS4, Xbox, Switch, Blu-Ray, DVD Player https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B08CMKGLS4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_ZZ9NAMJN4JJ02FX5QG7Q
I'm Florida based, myself!
Links aren't mine, just a quick search to get you some results. :)
Looks like a scart adapter would also work. Here maybe not this one bc you still need av cables but I think some would directly plug into the 360
Here you go.
That's backwards, it converts HDMI to VGA, you need VGA to HDMI. I'm in the UK so can't search Amazon USA for you but look for the Mini VGA2HDMI (e.g. here's one listing), they can usually be found for under a fiver and do a good job.
I have these on two of my PS4 controllers, they're not bad. Much better than some cheaper ones I've tried before.