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    Xbox 360 Research Paper

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    We gave examples of people who bypassed the security system of the PS3 and Xbox 360. However, the ways that the hacking is done is more complex than just creating a homebrew program or using ‘mod’. When it comes to hacking, there are two ways to hack a console. A person can either do a software attack or a physical attack (Eric DeBusschere). Software attacks are when a person takes advantage of a hole in the console or a third party, that manufactured games with a security problem. Until 2011, the main exploit used for the Xbox 360 was from a direct memory issue exposed by unchecked shaders in Peter Jackson’s King Kong game (Eric DeBusschere). Software attacks was used for years until companies made it extremely hard to break the security measures…

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    Xbox 360 VS Computer There are many advantages and disadvantages to choosing an Xbox 360 or a computer as your game system from the two gaming franchise giants. Both share many of the same goals as the other, yet they take different paths in providing entertainment for their targeted players, and for this reason, there is the constant debate over which is the better system to play games on. Each counsels attract vast crowds of people, and it is estimated that over half a billion people across…

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    Four engineers from Microsoft Direct X team had an idea. They deconstructed a Dell Laptop and made a prototype the Direct X box (the original name for the Xbox). They shortened the name to Xbox and officially reviled the console at a game developers conference March 10, 2001. It was released November 15, 2001 in North America, Japan February 22, 2002, Australia March 14, 2002 and to Europe March 14, 2002. 2 Planning for the Xbox 360 began in February 2003. During that month 400 developers were…

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    Ever since I can remember video games have always been my escape. On my ninth birthday I received my xbox 360 and since that day I have never look back. With my xbox I have made memories and friendships that will last life a life time. Although some believe things in life are either good or bad, it can be seen through Xbox that things are both good and bad, but it’s the proportion between good and bad that matters, this can be seen through new games, finishing games, and new systems that proves…

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    Xbox 360 Research Paper

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    At the age of thirteen, I was introduced to the game console Xbox 360. I fell in love with it the minute I started to play it. The game console was a Christmas present. What I did not know at that point of time was that it was the worst present for me in the long run, and that there are much better and useful things to do instead of watching a screen. I had several Xbox 360 games, but the first one I started to play on the Xbox 360 was Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. It is a first-person…

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    Xbox Case

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    Sam Vodovoz SCM 463: Xbox Case October 25, 2015 1. What supply chain changes did Microsoft make between the Xbox and the Xbox 360? What was the motivation for these changes? Late in the year 2001, Microsoft had just brought the Xbox console into the world of gaming. In 2004 alone, they had sold about 19.9 million units, which was just a little more than the Game Cube (made by Nintendo). However, at this time Sony had control of the market, selling approximately 190 million consoles between…

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    Xbox One Review Essay

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    Xbox 360 was released in 2005 with gaming as it's primary purpose, though, some supplementary online chat and messaging features were included. Microsoft's most recently released console, the Xbox One, was not only created to facilitate action packed game-play, it was designed with the intent of providing users with a single console suited to provide full access and control for both your gaming enjoyment and to suit all of your multimedia needs! However, prior to running out to invest in the…

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    Ps4 Case Study

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    drive (removable; user upgradeable) • PS4 won’t offer backward compatibility, though Sony may offer a cloud-based emulation service for PS3 or older games • the PlayStation 4 has appreciably more graphics horsepower under its hood than the Xbox One • The PS4 DualShock controls feature a game DVR share button, a clickable touchpad, a built-in mono speaker and headphone jack, a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, and a stereo camera interface that senses players’ surroundings. The controller uses…

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    People of all ages enjoy playing video games. But, to play video games people need to buy a gaming console. Parents are wondering which gaming console they should buy for their children, because they don’t know the features of the console, or if the console is appropriate for their children. The top 3 gaming or electronic companies around the world are Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo. The top console of each company is different by their features, looks, security, and video games. Sony’s top…

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    Sony’s PlayStation and Microsoft’s Xbox are the two leading gaming consoles. Sony and Microsoft have been battle each other for the past 15 years to see whose console can be better. Along with the companies battling it out, the users of the opposite console also argue and debate about which console is better. Sony released the original PlayStation® on December 3, 1994 in Japan. The initial cost was 37,000 yen, or approximately $387. Within the first 30 days, the PlayStation® sold more than…

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