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Captain Snow

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#1 13 years ago

Recently, we have had a lot of theads and posts about modding Halo 2 maps and modding Xboxes, Halo 2 trainers, etc.

What you do on your own time is your own business, and what you do to your Xbox is as well, but it is not allowed here in Gaming Forums, as it violates FileFront policy, as well as that of Microsoft and Bungie. When Halo 2 PC comes out, we will have no objection to discussion of modding that, but I'm letting you know there will be no discussion on these forums about hacking or modding Xboxes in any way, shape, or form.




Shadow_The_Hedgehog

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#2 13 years ago

"Why is talking about modded Halo 2 maps wrong??? You dont have to modchip your Xbox to mod Halo 2 maps, just system link your Xbox to a PC running Linux and connect to your Xbox via an FTP client (just can't be done over wireless), you can read anything off it.... and edit anything, if you have the rigth editors as far as I know, making mods on Xbox isn't illegal until you make hardware changes, or chnages to the Xbox OS." Got sent that in a an email a week ago...




Captain Snow

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#3 13 years ago

Update - "Soft-modding" counts too.

No Soft Mods, modchips, or ANY Advertising of hacking or modding Halo 2 for the Xbox.

Taken DIRECTLY from GamingForums' FAQ:

Gamingforums FAQWarez & Piracy Requests for warez and warez links will be treated as piracy. This includes requests or provision of CD keys, cracks, serials, and pirated software or movies of any kind. The promotion of peer-to-peer client software is also strictly forbidden. Any member found to be breaching this guideline, will be banned from Gaming Forums permanently.

http://forums.filefront.com/faq.php?faq=gaming_forums_faq#faq_guidelines