View Full Version : Xbox vs. Xbox 360
February-2nd-2007, 01:23 PM
Outside of me playing my PS2 for Madden and GTA, I haven't kept up much with the gaming consoles. With the introduction of the XBox 360, I'm starting to see Xbox sales on eBay and my internal company board. Anywhere from $75-$100 for the console and some games.
My question is, does anyone know the plan for the Xbox? I assume its going to be phased out, but do we know when. Just wondering if I'd be SOL soon if I picked up one off these sites. I can't seem to find any information on the internet.
February-2nd-2007, 01:28 PM
Typically the gaming companies will support the older system for a year, with very few releases. After a year, you probably will only see sports games and games that are not exclusive to a gaming system, like Ghost Rider. I looked at the upcomming releases for X-Box on Gamespot.com, and their are not that many games being release. However, you will see lots of older games for cheap that are still good. Currently, I am going back and buying older games for PS2 and I having a blast doing it....I just bought Splinter Cell for $5!
February-2nd-2007, 05:23 PM
I still have Halo rockin' on the Xbox. Xbox is a great console...definitly the most graphically advanced of all three of that era's consoles. GTA 3, Project Gotham Racing, Halo 1 & 2, Mech Assault, there are some really really good games for Xbox. If my Xbox was stolen, I'd definitly buy a new one for $75-$100.
February-2nd-2007, 05:24 PM
They don't make ANY Xbox games anymore. No phasing out, they overlapped one hear, and now it is 360 all the way.
Notice at the top of EBGAMES there is no banner for Xbox anymore, and when you go to the Xbox section, check out the right side at the Coming Soon section.
February-2nd-2007, 05:44 PM
Thanks guys. I guess I just need to decide do I want to pick this up along with some games cheaply. I'm not a huge gamer because I got enough going on, but there are some cool games out there on Xbox.
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