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  3. Would You Consider The Xbox 360 Old?

User Info: ProBenji

9 months ago#1
'Yes' or 'No' and why?

User Info: Blorfenburger

9 months ago#2
A little. The thing came out when I was 10. But it's not entirely obsolete
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User Info: dancer62

9 months ago#3
New to me, I bought one for myself for Christmas. I'm having great fun collecting cheap but outstanding games, and replaying B/C Xbox games.

That completes the significant consoles of Gen 7 for me, X360, PS3, Wii, DS, PSP.

I have 3DS and Vita. The rest of Gen 8 can wait for cheap used consoles and mature libraries.
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User Info: Waluigi_FOREVER

9 months ago#4
Not really. The games are still easy to find. It's starting to get there considering it's over 10 years old now, but it's still readily available in a lot of places. The GameCube/ps2/Xbox are starting to feel old to me. I think I was around 12 when the GameCube released, and that's starting to feel like a long time ago.
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User Info: Citan22

9 months ago#5
not in my case.. i had a Wii for most of 7th gen. when the Wii U was announced i had high hopes that the majority of the ps360's top games would be ported over, and quickly.. after owning the Wii U for over a year it was clear that not only was that not happening, but most ports we did get were actually inferior to their original releases. so i bought a 360 in 2014, so technically it's my newest console lol.

but it mainly doesnt feel old to me because of all the great games i am yet to experience. i still have a few "part 1's" to complete from the big names, if you know what i mean.. for instance, i'm currently playing Bioshock 1 for the first time, and next up on the list is Oblivion, then Mass Effect 1, then Dark Souls 1. i definitely regret missing out on these in the past, but i'm sure some gamers would love to be in my position and get to experience these games for the first time again.
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User Info: spooie

9 months ago#6
Not really. I still see new games for it in stores. Won't feel old until they are no more.
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User Info: andri_g

9 months ago#7
Not yet. Maybe when I stop seeing factory-sealed 360 games on retail store shelves...

[ The last factory-sealed PS2 game I saw was in 2013 at TRU; I bought it, too. ]

User Info: Hucast9

9 months ago#8
It's definitely old, but it's not retro old. This is almost 13 years old now.

User Info: RedDusk

9 months ago#9
Of course not, it’s last gen. I guess it’s relative.
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User Info: SexPantherPanda

9 months ago#10
I was only 25 when it came out... damn been so long
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