How would that work? Would it work? They work similarly to the PC in some aspects so it may be possible shouldn't it? After all. The console game developers must still use code for cheating while they are programming the newer games just like the older PS1, PS2, Segas, etc where codes could be injected from a preloaded cd or USB drive or even a interception module like the old game sharks.
Just curious. I have been seduced into the Xbox 360 arena and finally gave in and picked up one of the new 360 E consoles. I have even managed to collect about 100 games for it already too!
Some of these games are so close to PC content and capabilities that they REALLY could use trainers!!
Thanks for the opportunity to ask the question.
[Edited by Neo7, 5/10/2014 5:35:13 PM]
Thank you for your time and responses. I had kind of figured that was going to be the deal. I had already read somewhere about this jail breaking thing but when I found it I was looking for the tools to run a hard drive larger than 320 gigs because I had a really nice and almost new 500 laying around collecting dust and had found the hard drive dock to install it in. I didn't go any further at that time with it because my Xbox 360 is a brand new Slim E type and I got a super deal on it including the extended warranty directly from MS store.
I definitely can understand the red tape issues Neo7. Between the break and the tape.. Not worth going any further than what the game's developers let slip into the wild for now. Once my warranty is over then I may actually look into other options.. HAR HAR..
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