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Downloadable Xbox 360 Kiosk Demo Disk overview

Posted on Saturday, December 31 2005 @ 18:12:48 CET by

A burnable self-booting Xbox 360 demo DVD image is floating around on the internet. Users can download, burn this image, and run it on the new Xbox 360. The demo disk is in .iso format, which must be burned to a DVD-R (or DVD+R). The 360 sometimes has trouble reading a disc burned at the highest speeds (8x or 16x), and works fine when burned at 4x.

The kiosk demo disk mostly contains videos of released or upcoming Xbox 360 titles, but includes 4 playable demos (Kameo: Elements of Power, King Kong, Call of Duty, and Hexic HD). OCModShop was able to view this disc and has footage of its content. All of the demo videos are presented here, along with video of sample gameplay and other features. All videos were originally presented in high definition 720p but have been scaled down to DVD-quality 480i MPEG2. Head over to OCModShop to learn more about this demo disc.


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Re: Downloadable Xbox 360 Kiosk Demo Disk overview
by Anonymous on Monday, January 02 2006 @ 19:21:29 CET
how do you extract these files to place them on a DVD+R. can't just copy the files over to the DVD, you have to change them somehow...right?

  • Reply by Anonymous on Saturday, March 01 2008 @ 08:39:03 CET

    get clonecd and burn from file just download extract a burn that simple and ps. im working on a boot disk but so far nothing!

    • Reply by Anonymous on Sunday, November 16 2008 @ 11:41:42 CET


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