If you’re still addicted to Xbox Live on your old Xbox, you’d better enjoy it while you can, as Microsoft will be turning off the service for the original Xbox tonight, as was mentioned some time back. The move will pave the way for improvements for folks who are in the Xbox 360, as old limitations where your friends lists are capped at 100 people can be ditched. Of course, such a move would leave behind many owners of the original Xbox, but that’s the cost of moving forward. Will you miss the Xbox Live service on your Xbox, or are you content to keep playing offline games on your aging console?
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