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Recently we finally made the move and got off of dial up and went with broadband. I have PS2, X-Box and X-Box 360.
I've never played on line yet, nor do I really have any future plans to pay to play, even if it is $50 a year. Maybe next fall, but not now.
So my question is, can I connect and play any of these gaming systems I have online for free. Shooter games like Ghost Recon, COD, Halo, ect. Older versions or newer. I assume that the 360 is pay to play, but what about the PS2 or old X-Box?
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There is a free solution for you. It is called Xbox connect. This is their website,

I think this will work only with your regular Xbox, because it uses your Xbox to think it is playing a LAN game when in fact your are connected to your computer.

If you want to test drive Xbox live for a month I can send you’re a free Xbox live trial card that is good for 1 month. You will have to use your credit card to activate it I think but if you do not like the service, just call 1- 800 -4 -my- Xbox with all your info and cancel the account. If you would like to try it out I can send you a code that is good for 1 month of Xbox live. I highly recommend Xbox live, it is a ton of fun and playing games like Halo 3 and COD4 is great online. Also with Xbox Live you can access the marketplace where you can download game demos, rent movies, and buy arcade games which includes a lot of classic games which are a ton of fun.
But if you wanted to just play a little Halo combat evolved or something xbox connect works great. In my opinion the original Halo was the best and Xbox connect is what people used back before Xbox live was out and Halo CE didn't have XBL support anyways. But if you need any help setting up Xbox live or any questions give me a holler Tup:
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