Xbox Live Vision Hits Retail Stores

I’m sure you all were waiting for this after so much has been said about the Xbox Live Vision Camera.  Well, here’s an update to the hot little accessory from Microsoft.  For those unfamiliar, U360 gathered a useful Xbox Live Vision Camera FAQ for ya.  Meanwhile, read what the latest is on the Vision Camera from Microsoft…

We wanted to give you a heads up that the long awaited Xbox Live Vision for Xbox 360 launches today, Tuesday September 19. Xbox Live Vision is an affordable next-generation camera that allows gamers to chat via video in real time with their friends and family, send photo messages, put their own face in a supported game, and customize their gamertag on the Xbox Live network.

Tomorrow, Wednesday, September 20, four previously released games will receive automatic updates on Xbox Live Arcade, making them Xbox Live Vision-enabled, including:

Bankshot Billiards 2
Hardwood Hearts
Hardwood Spades
Hardwood Backgammon

These games will join UNO!, the classic card game for Xbox Live Arcade that is already compatible with Xbox Live Vision, giving gamers a lineup of popular titles to play with Xbox Live Vision, right out of the box!

We’d also like to remind parents who have young children to enable Family Friendly settings for their kids Xbox Live account, and to configure the settings to the communication level with which they are most comfortable.  For more information about Xbox Live Vision and Family Settings, please visit Xbox.com.

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6 Responses to “ Xbox Live Vision Hits Retail Stores ”

  1. [...] Xbox Live Vision Hits Retail StoresFor those unfamiliar, U360 gathered a useful Xbox Live Vision Camera FAQ for ya. Meanwhile, read what the … We wanted to give you a heads up that the long awaited Xbox Live Vision for Xbox 360 launches today, Tuesday September 19. … [...]

  2. We’d also like to remind parents who have young children to enable Family Friendly settings for their kids Xbox Live account, and to configure the settings to the communication level with which they are most comfortable.

    Can I have my own FAmily Settings, I dont want this mess on my cam with everyone being able to see me.

  3. I’m gonna pass on this. I’d much rather not see peoples genitalia or a spotty youth acting gangsta’……..which is equally as bad.

  4. [quote comment="4263"]We’d also like to remind parents who have young children to enable Family Friendly settings for their kids Xbox Live account, and to configure the settings to the communication level with which they are most comfortable.

    Can I have my own FAmily Settings, I dont want this mess on my cam with everyone being able to see me.[/quote]
    so can adults have family settings?

  5. not sure what you mean but in order to not show yourself on the camera, then you’ll have to not be in front of it lol

  6. [quote comment="4304"]not sure what you mean but in order to not show yourself on the camera, then you’ll have to not be in front of it lol[/quote]
    ok, cuz im a private person and I dont want people seeing my face when i dont want em too. Id like take a pic of some sorta towel to

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