What's all this stuff about using 16gb thumb drives for space? What are the limitations when using the thumb drive with the XBOX? --- So........the economy.
#2RycerXPosted 10/2/2011 10:29:32 AM
That's pretty much the sole limitation, you're only allowed to store up to 16gb of memory per drive.
#3ObtikPosted 10/2/2011 10:58:19 AM
Which you would only need once you've used the internal 4 gigs.. I believe you can have two 16 gig flash drives? --- If you want peace, prepare for war!
#4RycerXPosted 10/2/2011 11:02:33 AM(edited)
Yeah, that's what I hear. They keep you on a short leash, at least by my standards. 32gb is nothing, I go through that in a few months, and I wouldn't even consider myself among the biggest marketplace spenders out there.
#5CapwnDPosted 10/2/2011 12:12:05 PM
There's some limitations if you don't have an official MS HDD. You can always add one later, if you want.
Without an HDD you can''t play the old original Xbox games, and there's some parts of other games which may have limitations. I believe Halo Reach patched it, but there's some other limitations with other games. Nothing major but it's there. --- As Above, So Below
#6popping4itPosted 10/2/2011 2:21:05 PM
a very small number of games have added features if you have a hdd
for all pro football 2k8 you wouldnt get replay highlights at half time, instead you would just get still photos. no multiplayer in crackdown no mulitplayer in burnout paradise halo odst you couldnt do multiplayer firefight/campaign (split screen okay) halo reach used to but 343 fixed it with a 2mb patch
its less than 10 games total that are affected. --- Still hoping for a Shenmue 3.
Is 36 GB (2 16GB drives and 4GB) total enough? In just game space, how much would that hold? --- So........the economy.
#8RycerXPosted 10/2/2011 3:49:51 PM
Save data is a non-issue, you won't use up more than a gig or two at the absolute most on that. But if you install every game you own, you'll run out of space after about seven games or so, assuming each game has a 5gb install. Most take up anywhere from 5-8. Then there's arcade games and add-ons, some of which run up to 1.5gb. If you're not going to install your games and you think you'll only be buying an arcade game or DLC pack once in a while, 36gb should be enough, but I used to think 20 would be more than I'd ever need. Now I'm nudging up against 200.