Never really use cheats in games unless there's something really cool to unlock in a crap game I don't want to play through. :)
The deal, which sees the American firm partner with UK-based telecom giant BT, will see the Xbox 360 console used as a device to receive content from the BT Vision service. When the software update arrives in mid-2008, Vision subscribers will be able to access a library of on-demand content that includes movies, television, and sports events. The Xbox 360 service will be fully integrated into the system dashboard, which will allow Xbox Live connection for simultaneous voice chat and instant messaging, as well as access to the other services on offer.
BT Vision has been available in the UK since December 2006. It allows BT subscribers who pay a minimum £17.99 ($35.57) a month subscription to receive on-demand media over a broadband connection, as well as standard free-to-air digital TV. Films currently retail at £1.99 to £2.99 ($4-$6) per rental, TV shows at £0.79 ($1.56), and music videos at £0.29 ($0.57), whereas unlimited themed-content packs are priced at £6 ($12) a month. Currently, this content is displayed only via BT's "V-box" hardware, a device that also lets users watch live TV.
Although the Xbox 360 won't offer the live TV aspect of the package, there is a possibility that it will offer some compatibility with existing hardware. BT spokesperson Adam Liversage told GameSpot UK that the company is looking into the possibility of streaming live content around the home using the V-box unit. He also pointed out that although the vast majority of on-demand content will be accessible by the Xbox 360, Setanta Sports' football coverage will be exempted. BT's "near-live" coverage, in which matches are shown in full a few hours after the end of live games, will be offered instead.
Dan Marks, CEO of BT Vision, went on to say: "For the first time, consumers in the UK will be able to experience the advantages of an advanced TV service together with the benefits of next-generation gaming. Our aim is to provide BT Vision on multiple platforms--giving customers greater convenience, control, and flexibility over what they watch, when they watch, and how they watch TV. It also means that we are able to potentially expand our BT Vision customer base by tapping into the popularity of Xbox 360."
Although BT Vision content is currently being delivered in standard definition, Liversage said that high definition was definitely on the company's future road map, and the standard V-boxes are described by BT as being HD-ready.
Still having problems, sure I must be super thick (lol). Have now managed to get out the caverns, through the kitchen and found Roger. Managed to screw up Rogers pathway as instructed and I am now trying to climb the tower, but with no success, no matter what I do I cannot get to the top. So far I have managed to convert insect to a moth and thats about all.
I have climbed ropes, jumped across from rope to rope, platform to platform etc and STILL I cannot get any further.
What am I doing wrong or is it just a matter of perseverence?????????
I'm now back on the trail and have managed thanks to your help toget through the first part of the cavern and now trying to figure out the next one.
Suppose I can't help being dense, but in the interest of science will try to continue and get through if not, theres always the back up
YOU :-))))))))))))))))))hey hey
bye the way sausage rolls in the post, not sure how they will fair though (lol) cut out the green bits, should be ok then
Thanks again guys