This means, if you are a Halo fan and you own an Xbox 360 Arcade or Core, you will be out of luck unless you purchase a USB memory stick or some other form of flash memory.
Of course, Microsoft recommends the Xbox 360 hard drive for the "optimal experience." The 8GB Microsoft flash drive costs a massive $40 and the 16GB drive costs $60. A 320GB Microsoft hard drive costs $130.
When asked for comment, the company says: "Halo 4 will push the limits of the Xbox 360 in terms of visual and audio fidelity, and will be delivering significant post-launch content." Apparently, that limit pushing requires a lot of space.
The game will hit shelves on November 6 2012.
Check the trailer here: The Halo 4 trailer and footage everyone is talking about
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 3 Jul 2012 19:23