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  • Listen, I understand the allure of the 4GB Xbox 360. It includes all the same features as more expensive Xbox 360 consoles without the hefty price tag. Still, if you’re going to have to think about mundane things like storage whenever you get a new game, it’s better to leave the 4GB Xbox 360 on store shelves no matter what the cost savings. Considering picking up the instead. It doesn’t’ come with a Kinect sensor, but it does include two games. You can buy the Kinect separate later if you think your family will enjoy it.

    Listen, I understand the allure of the 4GB Xbox 360. It includes all the same features as more expensive Xbox 360 consoles without the hefty price tag. Still, if you’re going to have to think about mundane things like storage whenever you get a new game, it’s better to leave the 4GB Xbox 360 on store shelves no matter what the cost savings. Considering picking up the instead. It doesn’t’ come with a Kinect sensor, but it does include two games. You can buy the Kinect separate later if you think your family will enjoy it.

  • Until about a year ago, the problems that the 4GB Xbox 360 could create were mere theories. Those theoretical issues slowly started to show up as time passed. Take Microsoft’s Halo 4 game for example. With Halo 4 developer 343 Industries wanted to create a new multiplayer mode with graphics to amaze long time series fans. In order to do that Halo 4 required that users have 3.5GB of free space to install the game’s multiplayer on – minimum. You may already know that the Xbox 360 has USB ports and allows users to store information on a flash drive or hard drive. It does, but that ability didn’t help 4GB Xbox 360 users because Microsoft required that users install the Halo 4 multiplayer on their machine so external hard drive installation weren’t allowed either.

    I picked up a 4GB Xbox360E model last Black Friday for $99 and added my own 250GB hard drive I got off Amazon for like $25. Cheaper than buying the bigger model and works just as well.

  • I picked up a 4GB Xbox360E model last Black Friday for $99 and added my own 250GB hard drive I got off Amazon for like $25. Cheaper than buying the bigger model and works just as well.

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I got a 4GB XBOX 360E and I even play on XBOX LIVE but still I haven’t filled it up. Just once though, but I mostly rely on a 12GB flash drive so now I practically have 16GB. XBOX 360E 4GB aren’t so bad…
Did I mention I play four games?
-Minecraft
-Forza Motorsport 4
-Armored Core 4
-DiRT 3
AND I have youtube installed ON THE SYSTEM. Probably 70% full right now though… One or two max people playing on this XBOX and it won’t be a problem, 4GB goes a looooong way….