If you like shoot-em-ups, Under Defeat HD is now available as a Games on Demand title for $20. It's a 1 GB download, was previously available on PS3 but not for 360 in the US. The Achievements are super easy, they say.
Already have both 360 offerings (Dishonored still is in the backlog as well), but don't have either X1 offering, so that's good. Strike Suit Zero is one that intrigued me when it came out so I'll finally get a chance to try that out.
It's almost like our date is trying to make up for running late last Monday by having some nice morning sex before she leaves for work and on her way home tonight she'll pick up something nice.
I can still play al those games online and get the chievos? K, I'm cool then
The only game that will have it's achievements affected is Midnight Club: LA. While you'll still be able to race, the "Rate A Ride" feature will be disabled which affects the "submit a vehicle to Rate My Ride" and "rate 25 rides" achievements.
I've mentioned this elsewhere, and I'll say it again here considering Microsoft ending 360 support in 2016. Everybody is misunderstanding what this means.
When Microsoft claims they'll end support in 2016, I'd have to imagine that this refers to new releases. Remember the original Xbox and it's servers? They were still live until just three years ago or so, five years (approx) into the 360's lifetime, and by that point, people weren't really playing much that wasn't Halo 2.
I personally see 360 servers being up until at least 2020, giving us a solid six years into the X1's lifespan. Whether at that point servers will be shut down entirely or will be made downloadable only remains to be seen, but I wouldn't worry about it for now. Heck, in five years, most of us will probably have next gen consoles and our 360s will be collecting dust.
Been a while since I played Rock Band, but I'm 99% sure on this.
For exporting Rock Band 2, on the back of the manual, there should be a code to download 20 bonus songs. That code should also allow you to export your RB2 tracks into RB3. If you don't have a manual (or the code was redeemed), you can instead purchase a downloadable key for $10.
That said, To export from RB2, you have to own RB 3 since in the menus there was an option to export songs from 2.
RB3 is worth it however. Since you own Blitz, you can use those songs in RB3 as well. The reverse is not true in the sense that RB3 songs do not work in Blitz (since there's no way to export RB3 songs).
For any of the other Rock Band titles:
Rock Band 1 - Requires the disc and $5. There's no free code for the first game.
Rock Band "Track Packs" - Requires a code which is in the case. Discs were findable in the past (new) for roughly $5.
Lego Rock Band / Green Day - Never owned these, but I presume they work the same way as RB2.
Also of note, there are a few songs from RB1 and RB2 which will not work in RB3. Wasn't any more than 10 songs and mainly consisted of Red Hot Chili Peppers, Soundgarden, covers of two or three bands (although I believe the real versions of all those songs are available as DLC). Only other one I recall off hand was Hier Kommt Alex by Die Toten Hosen.
thats what i was gonna ask.. which versions work with US machines? xbox is bitchy about that unlike ps3
I will confirm that the PAL version is the one that works with US consoles well. NTSC-J version will only work in Japan.
That said, I remember paying $50 for this a while ago and was worth it for that price if you're into shmups. Crazy to see some of them getting these reprints and/or drops in price. If only Bullet Soul and Ginga Force would do the same.
Also, going through the spreadsheet and will be messaging everyone for A) awareness for those who may not be as active on the forum and B) to have more people add me as well to their 3DS. The more friend codes, the better.
Also added a Battle and Trade column a couple days ago for anybody who wishes to utilize it.
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