Xbox 360 bans confusing customers from News

Associated Content recently published an interesting point of view on the timing of Microsoft’s banning of Xbox 360 consoles.  Microsoft bans these consoles due to modification, most commonly done so that users can play burned, illegal copies of games.  However, this latest ban has come a bit too close to Christmas this year.

Associated Content reports that employees at GameStop, a leading video game retailer here in the U.S., are getting questioned about the bans by parents looking to purchase a console.  Confused by why someone would get banned, rumor has it they are opting to purchase PS3s instead.  Read the full story from Associated Content below.

Full Story: Analysis: Why Microsoft’s Plan to Ban Modded X-Box 360s was Poorly Planned for the Fourth Quarter

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