I am thinking to switch from PC Gaming to xbox 360. But I have two queries before I can go for XBOX-360.

  1. I don't have Broadband Connectivity and I would not be getting same for at least 2 years from now. Is it required to have an Internet connection for XBOX. I am not interested to play online or Downloading games from XBOX-LIVE rather I will purchase it in CD/DVD etc. Is it Possible ?

  2. What is the use of storage in XBOX-360 4GB & XBOX-360 500GB. If I go for XBOX-360 E 4GB, Is it possible to use USB Drive as storage media. Since I will not use internet in that case should I prefer 4GB or 500GB. I intend to play games like GTA-V and someone told me that It is about 8GB and will not be available if I use 4GB machine.

Please advice.
Thanks :)

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    You don't need internet if you are only interested in single player games but you won't be able to download any updates without it. – cutypi Aug 13 '15 at 6:34
  • @cutypi Could I play games like wwe2k14 with my friends on same machine. i.e. double player but not multiplayer(players on different machine). – Raja Aug 13 '15 at 6:36
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    I have not personally played that game but I would assume that if it is on the same Xbox you would have no issue with it. – cutypi Aug 13 '15 at 6:39
  • @Raja Wikipedia has a big list of 360 games that support co-op, any games in that list that say "(same screen)" should allow you to play with friends on the same system without needing broadband. Co-Optimus is another good source for this, select Xbox 360 as your system and then select either "Couch Co-Op" or "Split-Screen" to find suitable games. – GAThrawn Aug 13 '15 at 15:44

1) You can buy games as DVDs and play like that, yes.
2) According to Wikipedia, there is no 500gb model, there are 2 Xbox 360 S models, one at 4 GB and one at 250 GB, but afaik, you can't play some big games like GTA V on 4 GB edition.

  • Is there an option that I could use USB storage instead ? – Raja Aug 13 '15 at 6:39
  • @Raja On pc, YES. On Xbox, idk. – Ave Aug 13 '15 at 6:49
  • @Raja click to the green "accept tick" on the left if this answer helped you. – Ave Aug 13 '15 at 7:00

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