Xbox 360 Arcade System announced

Posted by: Code/Tea/Etc., on 23 Oct 2007 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

For the price of $280, you can now get a new edition of the Xbox 360 console. This one is similar to the original core system, but with HDMI output, a 256mb memory card (so you can play and save your games right out of the box), a wireless controller, and five full arcade games. Perfect if you are more of a casual gamer or if: you have an existing 360 with a hard drive and would like one with a HDMI output you need a DVD player and/or a Media Center Extender (play all your Zune and...

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