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01 April 2011 - 10:46 PM
A: All of the above are used
Q: What does UNSC stand for in Halo?
A: United Nations Space Command
Q: What does ODST stand for in Halo 3: ODST
A: Orbital Drop Shock Troopers
Q: What is the name of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 cooperative mode which consists of independent missions similar to the "Mile High Club" epilogue mission from Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare?
A: Special Ops
The questions are timed. You get 40/40 if you answer them all correctly and quickly. If you take too long (i.e. you have to Google a question or two) then they start to deduct points.
13 March 2011 - 08:19 AM
The email was about 'VIP Exclusives Bonuses' and netted me an additional 100 MSP last month.
13 March 2011 - 06:37 AM
It is only valid for the first time you purchase something from the XBL Marketplace. So, if you had ordered something before you joined the Rewards Program, you won't be getting the rewards.
I've yet to get the 100 msp from purchasing something on live. Sent info to their "response team" weeks ago. >_>
Most of the awards are targeted at people new to XBL. The existing members, especially ones that have been active on Live for a while, probably won't qualify for most of them any more.
12 March 2011 - 11:33 PM
You can usually earn at least 20 MSP per month by completing the survey. Plus, additional points for extending your Gold, referring people that sign up for Gold, etc. And be sure to keep an eye on your emails as they have occasional bonus award offerings.
I had 200 MSP credited to my account for last month. 80 were carried over from the previous month(s), plus 120 from the survey and the from the VIP Exclusives Bonus Award (not sure what I did to get that).
11 March 2011 - 03:13 PM
When you enter it ON YOUR CONSOLE you will get a confirmation screen that indicates what the code is BEFORE you redeem it.
is there a way to find out what a code is for without using it?
Note: you can connect most USB computer keyboards to the console's USB port to make entering the code(s) somewhat easier. Still not as easy as cutting-n-pasting to the xbox.com web site, but way better than using the onscreen character selection method.
Sadly, there is no confirmation screen on the web site. When you submit the code at xbox.com it is instantly redeemed.
pretty sure u can enter the code on xbox.com to see what it is, it'll ask you to confirm before actually redeeming.