The ability to customize the way the console looked with various themes to fit the front and sides of it was something very different for home console users.
I have an XBox 360 that hasn't been connected to a network for about three years. It downloaded a bunch of updates and I created an XBox Live account (just a standard one, not Gold).
I was wondering if there was a way to get a roster update on the game without having to pay? Also mods--sorry if this thread is on the wrong forum, im new here.
Live is free, it's just Live Gold that you have to pay for.
The Xbox 360 game system allows users to download applications that add to the functionality of the dashboard.
You do in fact need an Xbox live Gold subscription to get roster updates. Here's a link with the newest rosters if you want to use the Flash Drive method: can also buy some 48-hour Xbox live Gold cards on e Bay (They use to come with new games) for like or something.
Third option would be to get a buddy with Xbox Live Gold to log in to your Xbox with his account and download the roster to the Hard Drive for you. However, you can get a USB Flash Drive and download the update online from your computer or from a buddy's place.
You only need an internet connection into your xbox to have Live working, and to download updates.
Alternately, you can visit the NHL 14 forum and there is an awesome guy doing updates that you can install via USB. However, you can get a USB Flash Drive and download the update online from your computer or from a buddy's place.