Xbox 360 - Up Close & Personal with Live, the Console and the Wireless Controllerby Anand Lal Shimpi on May 20, 2005 12:57 AM EST
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Removable Hard Drive and Console FootprintThe removable hard drive was next on our list of things to tinker with:
Simply depressing a button and pulling the unit out will release the hard drive, which is apparently designed to be ported around by Xbox 360 users.
There was no hard drive in the mockup that we played with, but the cutout for the connector reveals what will most likely be a custom interface to a 2.5" HDD.
The hard drive will be supplied with ample airflow from within the Xbox 360 itself:
Believe it or not, Microsoft didn't have a regular Xbox within reach during our photo session, so we had to resort to using a magazine to convey the size of the new box:
Although the specs don't indicate a much smaller box than the current Xbox, the curvature of the design as well as the actual reduction in dimensions results in a much more sleek looking unit.
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Shinei - Friday, May 20, 2005 - linkI think it's pretty well confirmed by now that KillZone 2 is not pre-rendered; it's a demo recorded from actual gameplay and played back at the E3 Sony conference. It's been shown that IGN isn't the most reliable source of "inside" information, so please don't counter with an IGN links.
And from what I've heard from KillZone 1 players, the KZ2 demo looks to have fixed most of the problems from KZ1. Of course, these same people also play KillZone for the shooting, and not the sweeping storyline, so mileage may, of course, vary.
knitecrow - Friday, May 20, 2005 - linkkillzone 2??
did you play the original?
Ok, I can understand DMC4, tekken and even MGS4 BUT killzone?
Would people be attracted to a system if they showed pre-rendered footage from Driv3r, cat woman or some other bad game?
Shinei - Friday, May 20, 2005 - linkOh man, I hope they offer wired controllers--I'm not in the mood to pay for the unit, the games, the controllers, XBox Live, AND batteries for the damn controllers. F that right in its overused A.
Other than that, good condensation of all known data for XBox 2. I'm still on the fence about buying one, but that's only because the game lineup is so weak right now (and KillZone 2 is SO promising)...
ps, first post with constructive content, OWNED nubcakes.