Resident Evil 6 Demo is playable through system link !

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  1. Michael_T

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    Good news For People that don't have XBox Live, the new Resident Evil 6 demo ( the 2nd one ) is playable through system link.
    Take a look at the screenshot :

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    You can play this demo on XLink Kai co-op.

    Download the Resident Evil 6 Demo here.
     
  2. Neoteam1

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    I cant get used to it theres no inverted controls in the demo.
     
  3. Dark Scyth

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    Yes there is.
     
  4. Mr.Needlemouse

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    @ Michael_T
    I wonder why you got banned......
     
  5. Michael_T

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    The screenshot is from the demo !
     
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    no I mean not the screenshot
    I mean what was the REAL reason you got banned...
    I dont think it is something about the demo
     
  7. seanpr92

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    same I guess he may used some sort of ban
     
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    thought add add these since people seem to be blaming demo for ban am going to give you a little lecture on how the Xbox Live enforcement team deal with people who violate the Xbox Live TOU (Terms Of Use)/COC (Code Of Conduct).

    The enforcement team use a program called Vulcan, based on the mythology at Wikipedia
    Vulcan (mythology) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    There are a lot of myths about the Xbox Live enforcement team, and I'm going to clear a few of them. The system is NOT automated, none of it is, everything is dealt by one enforcement agent who will see your complaint, see if evidence backs up the complaint and then ban the user if necessary. Another myth is that if you get a certain number of complaints on your profile you're going to get banned, this is also NOT true, evidence has to be backed up with the complaint so that a ban can be permitted. The system is very simple, it goes in these steps:

    ~ Member violates TOU/COC
    ~ Another member witnesses the violation
    ~ That member files a complaint
    ~ The complaint is viewed by an enforcement agent
    ~ They determine the accuracy of the complaints and either leave or ban the user

    Pretty simple eh? Well, there is more to it than that. The enforcement team deal with thousands of complaints a day but yet they still manage to deal with your complaint within 24 hours when you filed it. How do they do this? Well, they have three useful tools within Vulcan. The first tool they use is complaint accuracy. Whenever you file a complaint on another user, an enforcement agent will evaluate the complaint, they will then update a value into a database whether or not the complaint was accurate. They use this to prioritise the accurate complaints with the inaccurate complaints. If you file false complaints then your accuracy will go down meaning it will take longer for them to evaluate your complaint, however, they will always check your complaint within 24 hours no matter what your accuracy is.

    The next tool they use is the duplicate preventer. Obviously if you have something disgusting in your motto, location, name or bio and you have been playing on Xbox Live for a good few hours then you're likely to have a good couple or more complaints on that account. This tool collapses all complaints into one single complaints so it is easier for the enforcement agent to deal with. They also do take it into mind that it was also YOU that filed the complaint, so if the complaint was valid your accuracy will still go up.

    The last tool they use is called instant. The enforcement team don't just sit at a desk all day and deal with complaints, they also play games whilst they work. So if they come across a bad gamertag, or foul/abusive trash talking then with Instant, this allows them to simply pop in the gamertag, enter a few keys of the reason, then they're banned. That simple.

    There is NO such thing as a ban wave, if thousands of people have got banned at once then this is probably because they have updated Vulcan with a handy new tool and they have found thousands of violators with this new tool. Seen as there are thousands of people out there getting banned a day you will get a big number of people saying "OMG I GOT BANNED FOR NO R3A5ON!". 99.9% of the time you did get banned for violating the TOU/COC, however, because it is all done by enforcement agents there is a chance that they can make a mistake but the probability is very low.

    If you want to make sure that you don't violate the TOU/COC then read it, instead of clicking I accept without reading it. So if you wish to play a game early, such as Halo: Reach and you do have a legitimate copy, then by all means, pop it in your drive and go ahead and play it on Xbox Live because your console will not get banned. The enforcement team can see the difference between a legitimate copy and a non legitimate copy. Ignore all the rumours such as "OMG YOU WILL GET BANNED IF YOU PLAY HALO: REACH BEFORE RELEASE!", if you got it early and legally, then do not get worried about all the rumours and speculation on the internet.

    If you still believe that you got banned for no reason then post in this forum and not on here:
    Xbox.com | Xbox LIVE Help - Account Suspensions and Console Bans

    I hope this clears everything up for you on how the enforcement team deals with the violators on Xbox Live. If you post more rumours/speculation about the Xbox Live enforcement team it will just get locked and redirected to this post.

    Thanks, Matty.
     
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    ok and what does michael done?
    is his console modded and did he played "pirated" games?
     
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    Well , thats all nice and so. But i have proof that my 360 Elite is stock , nothing modified.

    And answer me this :
    Why is my account banned for playing a pre-release game ? What game ? Because i bought all my games from a game store.
    I even got the tickets of the store ( ticket = price and store i bought it from ).
     
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    Which is exactly why everyones been saying to contest it. If you've done nothing wrong, make a new email and go onto the forums and tell them.
     
  13. Rick

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    Sometimes they offer free gold & ms points if you get accidentally console banned.
    I remember reading about this a while back and found something similiar.
     
  14. Michael_T

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    Micro$oft did make the mistake, not me. I'm not going to create a new account & go to the forums.
    They made the mistake & they have to fix it.
    And don't forget i still play online through my PS3 & Xbox 360 through XLink Kai.
     
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    How will Microsoft know of the mistake if you dont report it?

    Nothing is wrong with XLink Kai, however for most game people are only ever playing it when its leaked weeks before release, e.g. Gears 3.
    Apart from when something like that happens i have never usually found that many people playing.
     
  16. Michael_T

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    Check the MW3 Arena.
     

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