4GB Xbox 360s Can't Co-Op Halo: Reach

Posted: Sep 15 2010, 2:24pm CDT | by , in News | Gaming


4GB Xbox 360s Can't Co-Op Halo: Reach
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Let the buyer beware.

If you own a 4GB Xbox 360 Slim and have a hankering to play Halo: Reach, you may be in for a bit of a bummer. Gizmodo reports that co-op mode for that game will not work unless you have an actual HDD. Adding USB flash drives to your slim will not fix the problem.

The Xbox support section says (belatedly) that "some" aspects of Halo: Reach require an HDD. For those of you with 4 GB consoles, your only option for co-op is to buy a $129.99 slim hard drive. Which, added to the slim's cost, will set you back more than a 250 GB Xbox 360.

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