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Video: XCM XFPS PC Magic Box 2 for PS3 and XBox 360 Demo

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134w ago - The XCM Team is back again with a video demo today on their new [Register or Login to view links] and [Register or Login to view links] for PS3 and XBox 360 consoles below, which is compatible with the PC Diablo game and more!

To quote from their page: The XFPS PC Magic Box 2 allows you to use an XBox 360 (wired / wireless) and PS3 controllers with PC games. Although the XBox 360 controller can be used on the PC but due to lack of keys remapping function, gamers may find the gaming controllers quite difficult to use on some PC games.

The XFPS PC Magic Box 2 compliments this need. You're now able to remap any key on the keyboard to the game controller, using the right buttons / Trigger to shoot, the right button for punch or kick etc. and many more with the XCM PC Magic Box 2.

This device is user friendly and also adds auto fire function. Let's start to play the PC games in another mode!





XCM XFPS PC Magic Box 2 Functions and Features:

1. Supports both XBox 360 (wired / wireless) and PS3 controllers with PC games. *NOTE: if using with Xbox 360 wireless controller, the XBox 360 PC Wireless Gaming Receiver...
 

XCM XFPS PC Magic Box 2 for PS3 and XBox 360 Arrives

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158w ago - Today the XCM Team have announced their new [Register or Login to view links] which allows you to use PS3 or XBox 360 (wired/wireless) controllers and with PC games.

Below are further details from their official site alongside a [Register or Login to view links], and to quote:

The XFPS PC Magic Box 2 allows you to use an XBox 360 (wired/wireless) and PS3 controllers with PC games. Although the XBox 360 controller can be used on the PC but due to lack of keys remapping function, gamers may find the gaming controllers quite difficult to use on some PC games.

The XFPS PC Magic Box 2 complements this need. You're now able to remap any key on the keyboard to the game controller, using the right buttons/Trigger to shoot, the right button for punch or kick etc. and many more with the XCM PC Magic Box 2. This device is user friendly and also adds auto fire function. Let's start to play the PC games in another mode!

Functions and features:

1. Supports both XBox 360 (wired/wireless) and PS3 controllers with PC games. *NOTE: if using with XBox 360 wireless controller, the XBox 360 PC Wireless Gaming Receiver must be required.
2. Supports rumble function.
3. Supports XBox 360 wired...
 

Review: Alone in the Dark for X-Box 360

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340w ago - It's difficult to like a game that's constantly firing a shotgun into its own foot. There are so many fine and novel ideas but they're not implemented well, making playing the game frustrating or repetitive. If you've ever played the (much less flawed) PS2 cult classic disaster-movie inspired S.O.S.

The Final Escape, you might notice a lot of similarities in the first couple of levels. You're thrust into the action with little let-up for a good hour or so. Gasp as you hang from about 30 storeys up as gargoyles come crashing down past you.

It's very exciting. The protagonist, Edward Carnaby, has no memory of his past (this isn't one of the novel ideas) but has to escape a rapidly collapsing New York City and make it to Central Park.

Huge cracks are ripping apart the city, they're swallowing people, buildings, everything. Cars dangle precariously from the top of cliff as you gingerly guide Edward past them before they crash down into a bottomless ravine.

Almost everything can be picked up, although the detection of such items is annoyingly ropey. We wondered for a while why we could move bodies also, maybe it's a gimmick we thought, until we came across a precariously balanced bus. A moment of revelation ensued, after Edward went crashing down with the bus into...
 

Debunking the Myth that the X-Box 360 is dead

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343w ago - Daily GameFunk analyzes the 360's prospects for the immediate and long-term future. With the 360 being surpassed by the Wii in North America, and the Playstation 3 in Europe, the article seeks to answer the question: Is the 360 dead? And if not, what can Microsoft do to keep the 360 viable against strong competition?

In terms of sales, the 360 has been struggling to gain its footing on very slippery slope this year. After being the leading console in the US for more than 2 years, it was finally surpassed by the Wii at the end of May.

In addition to this, Sony announced a few weeks ago that they had finally outsold the 360 in Europe, landing another critical blow to the 360. With this on top of numerous other issues, many have began contemplating whether or not Microsoft has already closed up shop on the 360 and began looking at future consoles. However, this is simply not the case.

Microsoft has lost the advantage of having the largest install base in North America. However, while having the largest install base is important, developers often look towards a console's attach rate(the average number of games sold per console) as well.

After all, while having 25 million potential customers is better then having 18 million potential customers, if the 25 million only average 4 games...
 

X-Box 360: Buy All Of Your Content a Second Time

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343w ago - Reader Mac's X-Box 360 was out of warranty when it broke, so he decided to buy a new one thinking he could just transfer his old hard drive to the new X-Box.

Sadly, no matter what he tries he can't get his content to work properly on the new machine. He called Microsoft to see if they could help him out (after all they do this sort of transfer all the time for people whose boxes are replaced under warranty), but Microsoft's only answer was "buy all your content a second time."

Hi guys, not sure if you're interested in putting this sort of thing on your site anymore, but I've had my own problems with Microsoft, the 360 and their support.

In a sentence, I called their support after replacing my busted 360, and their response to my question as to why I can't access most of my content either online or offline from my old hard drive anymore was "Can't help you, sorry. Buy all of the content a second time."

Now here's the long version: I was kindly greeted by Alex, the automated system guy (I've never seen any company give theirs a name), then transferred over to a man who I believe went by the name "Jeeves" (at least that's what it sounded like to me through the accent).

After a bit of friendly banter and him asking me for a whole bunch of different information,...
 
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