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It sounds like you've refused an Xbox Live Update at some point. You can go into your system options and see if there's an update available. To check for an update on the Xbox 360 you basically force a new Xbox Live connection: Press the Guide button (center logo button), bringing up the pop-up menu Go to Settings Select System Settings Select Network ...
This is due to a phenomenon called overscan, which is a holdover from the CRT days of displays. It used to be that TVs and the signals sent to them were analog. Thus, there's was bit of a fudge factor in how the signal is sent to the display, and how the display renders it. In the CRT era, we'd send an overly large signal to the display with the ...
It shouldn't be a problem since both countries use the PAL version of games. The in-game language might be an issue, but there might be an option in the game to change that. If you can find it.
What you need here is a HDMI to S-Video Converter, such as this one. The conversion of the signal may lead to some minor lag though, as in you will experience input lag, because the picture needs a few milliseconds longer to the screen than usual. The product shown is only an example, I am not endorsing any brand. Use the search of your favorite online ...
It is possible to use voice chat on XBOX 360. But you can't use it as a telephone device. Note* It only works when communicating with another XBOX 360. You can't even chat with an XBOX one as you can see here, and in the comment of claus. Plug the headset in your controller and create a party on Xbox live to voice chat with your friends.
The size of the screen does not matter (the game has no way of knowing this). The state of your Internet connection doesn't matter. The presence or absence of any food products does not matter (although pouring ice cream on your Xbox will probably lead to the machine not working). The only thing that matters is whether the game has this feature. The first ...
Nope! Its all included on the disc! Enemy within is bundled with slingshot and elite soldier, with no downloading required. My sources are from GameFAQs and Amazon of all places.
You can't get a seed unless you manually enter it. It is, by default, not an observable aspect of the world generation. The seed that is generated by the game is hidden, whether on purpose or not is unclear.
You will still be able to access the base game and all of the offline content that was originally released. When the expansion was released on the Xbox 360, the entirety of the content was only made available online. If I remember correctly, the PS2/PC versions of the game did have some of the content available offline but sadly not the 360 version.
Short answer: No. It's all going to be the same music. Why? The main composer for the raging blast games, and most of DBZ Kai (right up to the Cell games), Kenji Yamamoto, had been hit with a copyright suit for most of the music he composed. This initially occurred in May 2011, with Koei releasing a statement with the following: The existence of ...
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