@micemoney: Thanks, that's so awesome! I'm getting an Xbox One for my birthday in a week and the more I read about it the more I love it. I think it's a shame MS didn't show off more of these features, as I would have got it months ago if I had known some of these!
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I was just wondering if anyone could answer a couple of questions I have about game sharing.
So if my buddy logs into his Xbox account on my Xbox One, then configures his account as my Home Xbox. I can then sign in to my account and play any of his downloaded games and even have free Xbox Gold on MY account?
I just can't quite believe how this can be allowed? Will it work on any game you can download too, Titanfall, COD: Ghosts etc? And can it just work one way or will I have to sign into my account on his Xbox One and set that to his Home Xbox too?
Thanks for the help :)
I was just wondering if someone could tell me if there are any included codes with a new copy of BF4 for the Xbox One?
I'm thinking of picking it up Pre-owned and wanted to make sure I don't miss out on any extra content included in a new version.
I would love a Diablo III Guest Pass please, I really need to try it out and see if it will run alright on my PC before I can commit to buying it but I'm really desperate to play it!
Big thanks to anyone who can help me out!
Well after getting excited for the Starter Edition of Diablo III it now seems like it's only available via a "Guest Pass", I made a battle.net account and everything :(
Anyone kind enough to PM me a Guest Pass I would really appreciate it!
Thanks for all the replies guys!
If you love loot, you should get a kick out of Diablo III. Pretty much everything you fight is a pinata bursting with goodies, and especially once you hit 60, killing a boss and watching a shower of rares fill your screen is always a kick. It's easily one of the most accessible games Blizzard has made too, mainly thanks to the auction house which can really flatten the difficulty curve if you take advantage of it. I'm not a huge fan of the AH personally, but on the other hand, I was able to take my lvl 60 Monk with no gear and for next to nothing (and with about half an hour shopping), gear her up to the point where I'm shredding Act 1 Inferno. Honestly though, best way to tell if you like it is to pick up the Starter Edition, which lets you play about the first third of Act I normal for free.
As far as performance goes, Blizzard aims low for their system reqs., so unless you're using something truly ancient you should be fine. Again, getting the Starter Edition will answer this better than anybody here can.
Oh the Starter Edition sounds awesome! I'm a bit confused how it will work if I eventually buy the full retail game though? Will I still need to use the disk or are disks in retail PC games never used now except to install? (Sorry its been a while since I bought a PC game).