I hold on to most of my games and systems, and they take up the whole walk in closet. the one major game i need compatible is Rogue Trooper. a damn fine game. they released it for wii much later on, but i hate controlling ti with motion control gimmick
Same here, I'm at 90GB's and afraid that it will be full with the next game. I've been eyeing the Xbox one by Seagate just to avoid any compatibility issues, but it seems you're paying for the name. As you can get one about half that price. So I've been comparing the WD easy store from BB. Not really sure about brands I've never heard of, but HD's can't be to complicated now days.
From what I understand.....and I'm definitely not a computer guy mind you...but the powered drives have a larger internal disk, and they run at a faster speed. I have no idea if you would ever notice the difference if you were playing a game directly off your drive or not, but that was enough reason for me.
Todays Best Buy deal of the day is a 4T hard drive for $85.
Its actually the same one I've had for over a year, and it's worked great for me. No issues at all.
Pretty great price, I think I paid around $120-140 for mine.
Xbox Live is selling the digital version of Elder Scrolls Online for $10. It's just the base game, but there is a ton of content in there for a great price. Bought it today just to have it digitally and not to have to fool with the disc.
I didn't care much for ESO when it first came out, but they fixed everything that people had issues with, and now it is awesome. I put a ton of time into it, just playing it as a single player game.
Shadow Warrior is free this month with Xbox Live Gold.
It's a great, mindless shooter/slasher, well worth your time if you haven't tried it yet. The dialogue is just hilarious, but you definitely don't want to play it around kids.
I already have it on disc, but I downloaded it again to have it digitally and to have an excuse to play it again.
If anyone on Xbox One hasn't gotten Battlefield One yet, CD Keys has a tremendous deal for the digital version: Battlefield One deluxe, including all four DLC and deluxe edition content, and Battlefield 1943 for $5.29
To be clear, this is the Battlefield that came out last year, the WW I game. Worth it for the excellent campaign alone.