Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell and Brute Force sported a Live "bubble" design, as they only featured downloadable content.It was changed later, wherein all Xbox Live titles included the universal gold Live bar.Based on this reasoning, the console included a standard Ethernet port (10/100) in order to provide connectivity to common broadband networks, but did not include a modem or any dial-up support, and its online service was designed to support broadband users only.
The Epic title was one of the flagship titles for the service, which was slated for a debut on November 15, 2002, marking the anniversary of the Xbox launch.
Microsoft announced that 50 Xbox Live titles would be available by the end of 2003.
Microsoft's 5000th patent was Live-related and gave Xbox 360 users access to watch other gamers compete against each other over Xbox Live.
The packaging for playable Xbox Live titles on the original Xbox console featured the trademark gold bar underneath the Xbox header.
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