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Call of Duty 4 Xbox 360 box art features 'Storage Required'
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Tue Jul 24, 2007 10:24 am Reply and quote this post
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Developer Infinity Ward is asking community members (registrationrequired) to pick from one of five box arts for the impending Call of Duty4: Modern Warfare launch. The artwork is fairly similar for each of theselections, including a curious sticker next to the ESRB tag that says"storage required" under what appears to be an Xbox 360 disk drive and a memory unit. If just a memory unit is required, the financial burden on thosewithout disk drives won't be so hard ... but honestly, is anyone usingtheir Xbox 360 without some storage method? We've contacted publisherActivision (and Jamie Kennedy, of course) for more information


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Update: Infinity Ward community relations manager Robert Bowling told MyGamerCardthat the icon should be disregarded. "The game can still be played byusers with and without Storage devices (HDD / Memory Card)," he said,adding that you won't be able to save without some storage. We're stillawaiting word from Activision.

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Fri Aug 10, 2007 3:13 pm Reply and quote this post
Microsoft needs to have the balls to release HD required games, yeah they may alienate a few but its the only way they can hope to compete with the PS3s extra grunt and Blu Ray storage.
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