Microsoft Xbox 360 Is I4U Top 100 Gift Tip #39

Posted: Sep 26 2008, 7:22am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 10:44am CDT , in Holiday Gift Guide


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Microsoft recently cut prices on its Xbox 360 game console leading to massive of new sales around the world. The Xbox has one of the largest game libraries around and has good graphics and more.

Netflix users can stream movies directly from the Xbox to their TV and the console can play DVD's as well. The new lower pricing makes the Xbox 360 one of the cheapest game consoles on the market. If you can’t get your hands on a Nintendo Wii this holiday season and the PS3 is outside your budget, the Xbox 360 is a great solution.

The new NXE makes the Xbox 360 even more attractive. The Netflix streaming capability adds value for movie lovers. The new Holiday bundles make the Xbox 360 a hot video game console choice for the 2008 Holidays.

For Whom:

The Xbox 360 is perfect for gamers looking for a lower cost console that offers great games, good graphics, and tons of fun.

The Good:

  • Low cost
  • Huge game library
  • Lots of fun

The Bad:

  • No disc-based HD media playback

Where to buy: The Xbox 360 Pro Holiday Bundle and the Xbox 360 Holiday Arcade Bundle sell on

Compare Xbox 360 prices here.

See all the top 10 gift tips in the Video Games category here.

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