I gifted the game to you. Now it's your turn to gift a game to me. :P
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@BleedingStarX: It's the economy, and the new experience. You are the Controller, now you are the Console, Make noises like Whirr, k-chunk and beep to get immersed in the new Xbox experience.
Seriously though, Try and get a replacement or support from Microsoft/Retailer.
So over the summer I got a great deal on a TV and it just happens to be 3D. I didn't bother doing anything with 3D yet but I just baught Gears of War 3 and I saw a 3DTV option and just heard about Halo Anniversary having some 3D aspect as well.
So I figured I might as well get a pair of glasses to experience this 3D.
I need active glasses and I noticed that they have rechargeable glasses and non rechargable glasses. Obviously the rechargeable ones are more expensive and I was wondering if the price justifies itself. Does anyone know the average life line of non rechargable glasses? How much the batteries to replace them manually cost? Has anyone had good or bad experiences with different brands of glasses?
I am reading up on them online but there isn't a ton of information seeing how it's still a newer technology and kinda niche at the moment.
Any help is appreciated.