Hot Xbox 360 How-Tos

How To: Download and burn Xbox 360 games from the internet

Agertech shows how to download and burn XBox 360 games from the internet for free with this step-by-step tutorial. He takes us through the process of downloading, file extraction, and burning for any XBox 360 game. All you need to download any XBox 360 game for free is a DVD burner and discs. He suggests going to Mininova.com for a menu of games. Follow his easy steps and you can have all the free XBox games you can download in a matter of hours.

How To: Copy & burn xBox 360 games perfectly every time

Want free Xbox 360 games? Well, join the club. But you can actually do something about it and download and burn Xbox 360 games with a few programs and a little knowhow. If you want the keys to the Xbox kingdom, just watch this video tutorial that shows you how to burn Xbox 360 games perfectly every time. This only works for the Windows Vista OS and works more smoothly if you have a great DVD burner.

How To: Defeat the Nazi Zombies in Kino Der Toten on Call of Duty: Black Ops

Think you know all about fighting Nazi Zombies? Well, you're probably WRONG! There's much to learn about killing the walking dead, especially those Nazi Zombies in Call of Duty: Black Ops. And even if you think of yourself as a veteran zombie killer, you can greatly benefit from this two-part walkthrough of zombie annihilation in the Kino Der Toten map in Black Ops. You'll learn some good tips and strategies for destroying those dead Nazis! The best and most obvious strategy though is to cons...

How To: Make Your Xbox 360 Games Region Free

You've had your Xbox 360 for a few years now and your game collection is pretty extensive. Maybe it's not that extensive, but it's still substantial. Now imagine that you live in Europe and you're moving to the United States. I don't know why—maybe your dad got a job offer. Don't ask me, ask your parents. They're the ones that are making you move. Anyways, as most Xbox users know, games are coded by region. Games that work in Europe might not work in the United States. Does this mean you shou...

How To: 12 More Totally Kickass Emblem Designs for Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 (And How to Make Them)

Yes—we're back with another roundup of totally kickass emblem designs. Why? Because there's so many of them, thanks to Treyarch's revamped emblem editor in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. There's more layers and brighter colors, which means more badass designs. If you missed the first roundup for Black Ops 2 emblems, be sure to check it out after this. This time, let's take a look at these impressive emblems, which include the Anonymous mask, an Angry Birds Iron Man hybrid, Cammy from Street Fight...

How To: Fix the Perfect Ring scratches on your laser burned XBox 360 discs

If you've accidentally jiggled your Xbox while a game was playing (or maybe your pet did), you might experience the Perfect ring scratches - or a laser burn. Ignore all the advice which tells you to use toothpaste, an eraser or even crazier substances. All you need to do is go down to your local video game store or rental store (like GameStop, EB Games or a similar place) and ask for a disk resurfacing. It's usually either cheap or free, and definitely worth it!

How To: Play SNES on the Xbox 360

In this video, a method to play SNES games on the Xbox is demonstrated. Basically, one must set up a Windows Media Center, download and run ZSNES within it, then connect to the WMC with the Xbox. Watch the video to see how it works! And be sure to download ZSNES.

Walkthrough Assassin's Creed 2: Glyph Puzzle 6

See the key to the sixth puzzle "Brothers" in Assassin's Creed 2. This is where things start to get tricky; while the first batch of ring puzzles were simple, these link some of their rings together, so that you can’t move one without moving another. For more info, watch the whole gameplay.

Walkthrough Assassin's Creed 2: Glyph Puzzle 17

Figure out the 17th puzzle, entitled "The Bunker", in Assassin's Creed 2. Code wheel puzzle: Here’s a tricky one; your clues are “<” and “2,” and the only advice you’ll get from your handlers is that maybe there’s “something we can count” on the strange symbols. In this case that “something” is the number of times each symbol bends sharply. Don’t expect consistency across the wheel on this one; just take a look at what symbols flank the blank spaces and pick a shape with the number of bends t...

How To: Use Xbox 360 USB flash drive storage

Microsoft recently made it possible to use a USB memory stick to expand your storage capacity. You'll want to watch this video to check out how it's done. Basically, you're going to need an Xbox 360 game system, and a USB flash drive with at LEAST 1G storage capacity. Under that and it won't work. The system will format the memory stick first, so make sure it doesn't have anything important on it. Go for it gamer! Oh yeah, this is also a cheap way to expand your storage too.

How To: Connect to Xbox Live with a laptop using two methods

This video shows you two methods to connect to XBox Live using a laptop. For the first method, go to your start menu and open up your control panel. In the control panel window find the area marked Network and Internet and select the option View network status and tasks. In this new window, select Change adapter settings in the left hand pane. You will be presented with another window that has your network connections listed. Right click on your Wireless Network Connection and select properti...

How To: Properly level up characters in Final Fantasy XIII

Check out this video and learn how to get the most out of your characters in Final Fantasy XIII. Each character has a different focus when it comes to fighting. In this clip, you will get a quick overview of what each character is good at so you know how to best level them up as you go through the game. Follow along and keep track of your team's strengths and weaknesses so you can dominate FFXII.

Walkthrough Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands

Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time has just come out in theaters, with Jake Gyllenhaal starring, but don't think for a second that the new Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands video game out now is because of the movie. The Prince of Persia video game series has been around since 1989, and The Forgotten Sands is just the newest addition. The movie is actually based on the game of the same title from 2003.

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