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I'm 99% positive that XBox 360 and Xbox 1 aren't compatible. Some games you can upload prior accomplishments to the XB1, but actually playing together on different systems isn't possible. Microsoft has also stated that wanted to make that possible but with the technology being so different in the two systems, that it was impossible (nearly). Hope this ...
Confirmed answer by TheLankBoy works for Xbox 360 as well. Messages sent from the Xbox 360 were visible in the Messages screen of the Xbox One SmartGlass app. Note, you must select Messages from the menu bar of the app, the Messages tile on the Home screen is intended t work with a linked Xbox One.
Unfortunately no clean way of doing so. And for good reason. The idea of purchasing a game through the Store / Marketplace is to remove the disc from the scenario. By not having a disc, you will permanently own the game without risk of getting lost or scratched into such a state it no longer works. To be truthful, there is no difference in my opinion. The ...
I've noticed that this has happened to multiple people, including MonsterXRainbow on XBOX support forums. I've found that the solution to this problem is going to your most recent downloads and re-downloading the game from there. Follow these steps in order to re-download the game: Sign into Microsoft Live (Make sure you log in with the account in which ...
I personally have have the PC version, but I assume the menus are structured the same way. From the main menu, go to "Help and Options", then the first bubble, "Settings" Go to the farthest right page, titled "Advanced" and there should be an option called "Auto Land" Uncheck that option to allow you to manually choose your lands. Now in the PC version you ...
Content on the Xbox Live marketplace is tied to both the console and profile. If you get a new console, the licensing is still tied to the old console and therefore certain restrictions are in place. What you need to do is transfer the license, per Microsoft's FAQ: If you’ve recently repaired your console, or if you’ve purchased a new console, use the ...
In the Legendary Edition of Skyrim there are two physical discs where you can download the DLCs and there isn't a code. If you don't want to go through that hassle you can just buy it digitally through the xbox store which is probably what I would recommend making it easier on you.
Assuming you purchase a physical edition, then the DLC and patch 1.9 are included on the discs. You can additionally choose to install none, some, or all of the DLC. If you buy a digital edition, you'll obviously have no discs at all.
If you buy the disc version of Legendary Edition for 360, it's on disc 2.
When you insert the USB drive into the 360's USB slot, you should be prompted to format it prior to use. After that it will work just like any other drive for the console, which means games and saves can be loaded onto it normally. It should be noted that if you take it out and use it in another computer, you will have to reformat it and you will lose your ...
No you cannot. The outlet's they use in Slovakia are far different than the ones used in England, for this you need a travel adapter. Here is an example of the power outlet type used in Slovakia which is far different than the outlets we use in England. A travel adapter will be useful because you can plug in your English adapter on one end, and it will ...
Yes you can play on split screen according to: http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Splitscreen If you have another controller turned on it should pop up on screen saying "Press start to join game"
Yes, you can play local splitscreen with local accounts. Source: http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Splitscreen
You need a HDMI input to do so. It's the only way i know. Or you can spend a couple hundred bucks on an HD PVR.
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