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XBox on the niece's Christmas list.


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Checking prices, I see they are sold with different memory capacities. Is it possible to add memory as in a computer or is "what you buy is what you get?" It appears to be either 4GB or 250GB. Why the huge difference? Is it like digi cameras where they come with the minimal to perform and rely on the end user to put more? Does the modern games require one to max out the memory? I know nothing about game consoles so any enlightenment would be appreciated. Confused silver surfer here ;-)

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Hi Wotbus. There's a great blog here which gives some jargon-free advice on which games console to get. It also tells you on that site what the current best selling games console is along with the UK's best computer game so could be worth having a look.

Whatever you get I'm sure you'll be v popular on Xmas day!!!

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Thanks huber252

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