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 Aug 22, 2005 - 11:00 AM - by Michael
* Xbox360 deluxe or core?

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Retro Games and Emulation
1up.com looks at the two Xbox360 pricing sets.

The accessories are perhaps the most interesting, with specs and suggested retail prices listed. The wired controller is compatible with Windows XP, and the hard drive comes with some pre-loaded data, including an HD puzzle game.

Of course, everything in the brochure is subject to change without notice, so check back for more confirmation as we get closer to the launch date.
I'll be buying the deluxe version: since I have HDTV, there's no point in not getting the unit at full capacity.
 

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