Online retailer Newegg is currently offering a free game with a purchase of an Xbox One, priced at 0.
Technically, you’ll be getting the biggest discount if you choose Battlefield 4, which Newegg sells for , compared to Call of Duty: Ghosts, which goes for . You can find this special offer on Newegg.com.
Of course, starting March 11, you’ll be able to buy the Xbox One Titanfall bundle for the same price.
Microsoft also recently announced a £30/ price cut for the Xbox One in the United Kingdom, but said it is not an indication that the newly launched system is struggling in the region or abroad. In January, Microsoft also offered a 0 discount if you “ditched” your PlayStation 3. Microsoft maintains that the Xbox One’s launch has been a success, with over 3 million consoles sold in 2013 alone.
Last week, Sony announced the PlayStation 4 has sold more than 6 million units worldwide, following the machine’s launch in Japan at the end of February.
For more on Xbox One and PS4, make sure to read our recent editorial on why Sony is winning the console war.
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So, I have some of my games in file form and I have no clue as to whether both GameCube and Wii games can be on the same hard drive and still be playable. I’ve read that Wii games need the hard drive to be formatted a certain way and vice versa for the GameCube games. The GameCube game files that I have are either .GCM or .ISO. Do I need to convert these files in order for the Wii to play them?
Sorry if this has already been answered somewhere. I’ve searched all over the web and in these forums but I can’t really find concrete details regarding the Wii and GameCube thing on the same harddrive and details as to what format they should be in, etc….