I was just about to buy a 360, and to my surprise they announce the red 120GB elite version for Resident Evil, march 13th or something, can't wait!
oh that sucks.. but
The Last Remnant for Xbox = Crap lol
So I picked up my LE Resident Evil 5 360 Elite.
Trying to play Resident Evil 5, keeps saying disc is unreadable, I play a bit, then it does that. So I tried installing it to drive, same issue. So I went back to the store, and it played perfect there. So I picked up Halo 3 to test if it's my drive or not.
Will update soon, going to install Halo 3 and ResEvil5 and see what happens. If not then he said I could come back and get a new 360.
for a new system to do that right out of the box. take it back..... thats a bad sign..
Yea Halo 3 installed and plays just fine, Resident Evil still has the issues. I am going to bring back the system tomorrow.
Question, how do I allow my 360 and Computer to talk to each other.
And, what is the real difference between Gold And Silver accounts?
The Xbox 360 supports videos in .wmv-format, as well as high-definition .wmv-videos, H.264, MPEG-4, and PlaysForSure WMV videos. The December 2007 dashboard update added support for the playback of MPEG-4 ASP format videos.
The console can also display pictures and perform slideshows of photo collections with various transition effects, and supports audio playback, with music player controls accessible through the Xbox 360 Guide button. Users may play back their own music while playing games or using the dashboard, and can play music with an interactive visual synthesizer.
Music, photos and videos can be played from standard USB mass storage devices, Xbox 360 proprietary storage devices (such as memory cards or Xbox 360 hard drives), and servers or computers with Windows Media Center or Windows XP with Service Pack 2 or higher within the local-area network in streaming mode.
As the Xbox 360 uses a modified version of the UPnP AV protocol, some alternative UPnP servers such as uShare (part of the GeeXboX project) and MythTV can also stream media to the Xbox 360, allowing for similar functionality from non-Windows servers. This is possible with video files up to HD-resolution and with several codecs (MPEG-2, MPEG-4, WMV) and container formats (WMV, MOV, TS).
This link will give you all supprted file formats
Bman, you need to convert the mkv files. the 360 does not support that codec format for HD. this will help