The trouble with the digital download era is lack of hard drive space. Throw in 20gb day one patches and the Games with Gold selection each month, and pretty soon your 1tb HD has just enough space on it to squeeze some saved game data and that’s about it. Presumably that’s why the tech-heads at Seagate have announced the Game Drive for Xbox SSD – a 512gb drive that’s built specifically for the console, and according to the company, is perfect for elite gamers. Oh, and it comes in Xbox’s classic black and green colouring. Check it out below. Boasting fast boot ... Read More »
Are you a Gaming Hero? Well of course you are. We have all at one point created a clip of a game we've played. BUT Seagate are giving away some huge prizes this winter. Every user who submits a video is entered into the grand prize draw for a brand new Xbox One S and £500 of Xbox Live Credit. But only Legendary clips enter the weekly draw to win a Game Drive for Xbox and £100 Xbox Live Credit. What is Legendary? Every 60 votes gives your clip a Legendary rating. Each week ten of the most legendary clips ... Read More »
Yes, Seagate's competition to win their Game Drive and 50 games worth of Xbox credit ends today, 26th August, and providing you're still on today and aren't reading this in the future of tomorrow you've still got chance to enter through here: https://www.seagateapp.com/xbox/. It is UK-only, though. Don't despair if you don't win, however, as there'll be another competition to win one shortly - more on that in a moment. We reported on the Game Drive earlier this month but, understanding that it's entirely possible you might have not retained such information or that, dare we suggest it, you never saw the previous ... Read More »
Last week Seagate, a global leader in data storage solutions, launched its Game Drive, the only external hard drive designed exclusively for Xbox One and Xbox 360 that's a lean, green, saving machine capable of holding 2TB of data. 2TB of data is equivalent to 2048GB, just in case you'd forgotten, but more impressive still is when you compare it to the standard Xbox One's hard drive which holds a comparatively middling 500GB. Check out the specifications and some fancy screens below. 2TB lets you store 50+ Xbox One games Plug-and-play setup gets you up and playing in seconds USB 3.0 ... Read More »
The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.