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 Jul 25, 2005 - 01:00 PM - by Michael
* Behind the 360 hype

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The Inquirer take a solid look behind the hype, asking where is MS taking the Xbox360?.

Connectivity is Microsoft?s new aim and it will be providing a basic version of its Xbox Live! service free of charge to all users. This will allow players to interact by doing things such as chatting and listening to music together, and players on the "Gold" version of the service, which we were told will be priced roughly the same as the current Xbox service, will be able to play games and track stats.

 

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