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Find out more about Xbox 360

If you’re new to Xbox 360, you’ve got a world of great games and entertainment to catch up on. And new games are still arriving, like Metal Gear Solid V, Lego Dimensions and Rise of the Tomb Raider. It’s a great time to “Jump in.”

Xbox 360 Console Box

What’s in the Xbox Box?!

All new Xbox 360 consoles come with a wireless controller, console power adapter, voice chat headset, AV cable and Ethernet and Wi-Fi connections. Almost everything you need to get started properly is here – but you’ll need to get your HDMI cable separately.

The place to play the classics

Only the most deranged fanboy could deny that Xbox 360 is an all-time great system. If you want to play hardcore gems like Halo 3, Dark Souls, Shadow Complex, Geometry Wars and Crackdown, Xbox 360 is a pretty great place to do it. In fact, most of those games are Xbox 360 exclusives.

Xbox 360 Classic Games

Xbox 360 Entertainment

Great entertainment apps

An Xbox 360 is a handy thing to have under the TV. You can watch your Sky subscription in another room with the Sky app. Catch up on TV with iPlayer and more. Watch Netflix and rent films through Xbox Live. You can also stream your own media files to the TV via Windows Media Center. And all that’s just for starters!

Thousands of games with award winning controller

Xbox 360 has an almost ludicrous selection of games. Buy them on disc, get them as digital downloads from Xbox Live Arcade, get them free with Xbox Live Games with Gold… you’ll never run out of great titles to play.

Xbox 360 Controller

Xbox One Technical Specifications

Console Style Matte Black
Controller Black Wireless Controller with Gloss Finish
Storage Capacity 4GB, 250GB or 500GB Hard Drive
Motion Control Optional Kinect
Headset Included Yes
Subscription Service Xbox Live
Optical Drive DVD
Connectivity WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, Gigabit Ethernet
TV / A/V Hookups Component & Composite HD AV lead with SCART adapter

Xbox 360 Bundles Information

Xbox 360 is a total games and entertainment experience. It was the first console to bring HD graphics to consoles back in 2005. And it’s still marching on today, with amazing titles like Destiny, Forza Horizon 2 and Titanfall continuing to wow gamers worldwide.

Choosing your perfect Xbox 360 bundle is pretty simple. Decide how much storage you want. Take a look at the bundled games and add-ons on offer. Then use our Xbox 360 deal comparisons and filters to find the cheapest price. Need more advice? Here’s our Xbox 360 shopping guide.

Three current models to pick from

Xbox 360 has been through a lot of different models in its 10+ year lifetime. The console has gotten smaller, quieter and ever-more reliable. Buy an Xbox 360 now and you’re getting the best version ever.

There are three Xbox 360 models available now, and the only real difference between them is storage size. If you’re planning to buy games digitally, choose either the 250GB or 500GB model. You should only get the 4GB model if all of your games are on disc. That’s because Xbox 360 hard disks aren’t too easy to upgrade, compared to PS3 and Wii U.

Active family fun with Kinect

Kinect is the Xbox 360’s take on motion control. With Kinect, you are the controller – you use your voice and your movements to control the game, not buttons. There are lots of family-friendly games for Kinect on Xbox 360, including Kinect Star Wars. Use our Accessories filter to find Kinect bundles.

Bundled games

Xbox 360 has, quite literally if you stacked them all up, a ton of games. That means loads of choice when you buy your Xbox 360 bundle. Choose from FIFA, Minecraft, Call of Duty and lots more.

Xbox Live

Keep any eye out for any bundles with Xbox Live subscriptions packed in if you plan on doing plenty of online gaming, as this costs £5 a month. Check our deals above for the latest and cheapest Xbox 360 bundles.

Xbox 360 Launch

Ready for Launch

Xbox 360 is unveiled in a special MTV broadcast on 12 May, with further details following at the E3 expo in June. UK demand is huge, with the console selling out ahead of its 22 November release date. A month later, Microsoft had already shipped 1.5 million Xbox 360 consoles

Gearing Up for War

While Xbox 360 sales are booming with the release of Gears of War, Sony and Nintendo are still to release their new consoles the PS3 and Wii. Xbox Live Marketplace reaches 50 million downloads.

Xbox 360 Elite Edition

The first Xbox 360 revision, Xbox 360 Elite, includes a 120GB hard disk and a matt black finish. The Elite also claims to be free of ‘Red Ring of Death’ overheating issues that had plagued the first model. Halo 3 launches on 26 September.

New Xbox Experience

Microsoft unveils a completely new OS for the Xbox 360, with Mii-like player avatars, a new interface and HD streaming apps like Netflix. New Xbox Experience also includes party chat, a feature PS3 players would covet for the rest of the generation.

Xbox Project Natal Unveiled

‘Project Natal’ unveiled

Under the codename Project Natal, Microsoft unveils its motion-sensing Xbox 360 add-on Kinect at the E3 expo. With Kinect, “you are the controller.” Players can control games using physical movements and voice commands. A limited edition Xbox 360 bundle, featuring Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, is also revealed.

You Are Kinect

Project Natal was officially named Kinect and Microsoft told the world that “You are the Controller”. At the same time the Xbox 360 Slim was also announced which featured a 250GB hard drive and in built Wifi connectivity. In November the Kinect was released as well as 2 special Xbox 360 Kinect bundles that included either the Xbox 360 4GB console with Kinect sensor and Kinect adventures or the Xbox 360 250GB console with Kinect Sensor and Kinect Adventures.

Kinect and Xbox 360 Slim bundles ahoy

November brings the launch of Kinect and a range of new Xbox 360 console bundles. Xbox 360 Slim features a 250GB hard drive and built-in Wi-Fi, while two Kinect Xbox 360 bundles come with either the 4GB or 250GB model

Kinect breaks sales records

After 10 million units are snapped up, Microsoft proclaims Kinect the fastest-selling consumer electronics device ever released. New Xbox 360 bundles are also launched, including limited edition consoles with Gears of War 3 and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.

Family Time

The Xbox 360 keeps evolving with new console bundles and limited editions. The Family Edition includes an Ice White Xbox 360 4GB console, Kinect sensor and controller, plus family Kinect Games. A limited edition R2D2-themed Xbox 360 console also launches alongside Kinect Star Wars.

e3 2013 Xbox 360 Slim

The slimmest Xbox 360 yet

At June’s E3 expo, Microsoft unveils the smaller and cheaper Xbox 360 E edition. Two console bundles are available: a standalone Xbox 360 4GB, and a 250GB model with Kinect packed in.

Still going strong

Despite being superseded by the newer and more powerful Xbox One console, new games continue to launch on Xbox 360. Titanfall, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and Destiny all receive Xbox 360 versions. The console continues to sell millions worldwide.

Xbox 360 gets new bundles

Microsoft continues to support Xbox 360 with new console bundles for Spring 2015. The Xbox 360 500GB Spring Value Bundle includes Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare and Fable Anniversary, while new 4GB and 500GB Kinect bundles are also launched.