Where can I see and manage all the games I own in a browser? (Not on Console, Not on APP)

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  1. A-Man_S
    A-Man_S Guest

    Where can I see and manage all the games I own in a browser? (Not on Console, Not on APP)


    Hello All,

    I am looking for some help to figure out where I can see all the games that I have bought or are associated to my account.

    I need to see these on a browser, not on the console, not on an app, but on the browser.

    There used to be a functionality where I could log on and see the complete download history which allowed me to push the game to any of my chosen X-Boxes and see the DLCs etc but none of those options exist anymore.

    Looking for any help that can be provided.

    :)
     
    A-Man_S, Apr 14, 2022
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  2. Smwutches Win User

    Where can I see and manage all the games I own in a browser? (Not on Console, Not on APP)

    Unfortunately a complete online download history no longer exists. You can view your order history on http://account.microsoft.com but it will only go so far back.
  3. gds1972 Win User

    Purchased Injustice 2 Fighter pack - but nothing to download

    Hi

    Can you please try going into My games & apps on the console then highlight Injustice 2 in the game list then press the menu button on the controller and select Manage Game, from here you can see all installed game content and on the left you should see
    Ready to install where you can download any content you own for the game that has not yet been installed.
  4. Tatakai no Kami Win User

    Where are the exclusives? All I see is Kinect

    [quote user="Beta Bri"]

    [quote user=""]

    That right there, shows the position of ignorance you are arguing your point of view from. None of the fee you pay for Gold membership goes towards you access those app.s[/quote]

    If that was the case? Microsoft would've made Netflix access, and the rest of the free internet apps available to all members, and not fire-walling them off to pad their Gold subscription base.

    http://multiplayerblog.mtv.com/2008/10/09/xbl-why-paying-for-netflix/

    Your gold membership is so you have access to online features, such as MP, Party Chat, and Co-op. The fee you pays goes towards maintaining the XBL servers and covering the costs of developers being provided with the software to run their game through
    XBL.
    Microsoft puts the fees onto Live, because they know most of the kid's parents will pay for it (unlike the PC community).

    http://www.shacknews.com/article/53820/games-for-windows-interview-breaking

    "You can't cheat an honest man; never give a sucker an even break, or smarten up a chump." ~ W.C. Fields

    [/quote]

    Wow! you really do miss the big picture don't you? what was it said in my previous post? the addition of these apps did not increase the cost of XBL gold, the price would be the same whether we had access to them or not. What part of that don't you get?

    Secondly, what part of These apps are only available to those members who pay for access to XBL online features because they pay the fees to maintain XBL does not get through to you?

    Why should people who pay nothing to maintain the XBL servers get access to all the the apps that have to use them to be accessed via the console? As a Silver or free account you don't have access to online features. These apps require access to online features.
    Are you paying to access online features and are you paying to maintain the servers with your free account?

    No? I didn't think so.
  5. Beta Bri Win User

    Where are the exclusives? All I see is Kinect

    [quote user="Tatakai no Kami"]

    Wow! you really do miss the big picture don't you? what was it said in my previous post? the addition of these apps did not increase the cost of XBL gold, the price would be the same whether we had access to them or not.[/quote]

    It's not the matter of Microsoft adding free internet apps to their Xbox Live service and not raising the price of the service. It is the matter of charging their Xbox 360 customers an added surcharge to access those free internet apps, by putting them exclusively
    behind the Xbox Live Gold firewall, instead of adding the extra functionality as a courtesy to their customer base and an added incentive for prospective new customers.

    Secondly, what part of These apps are only available to those members who pay for access to XBL online features because they pay the fees to maintain XBL does not get through to you?
    No one else charges but Microsoft. You basically log-off of Microsoft's servers (which is your Xbox Live account) and onto the other internet app providers services. You're not using anymore bandwidth than on a Silver account to access them (which is your own).
    The most bandwidth usage is from downloading the app off of Microsoft's servers (which are smaller in size, than demos), and all accounts (Gold and Silver) can access through Xbox Live.

    What part of that don't you get?
    Sadly, that is more reflective of yourself...

    http://www.shacknews.com/article/53820/games-for-windows-interview-breaking

    http://multiplayerblog.mtv.com/2008/10/09/xbl-why-paying-for-netflix/

    "You can't cheat an honest man; never give a sucker an even break, or smarten up a chump." ~ W.C. Fields
  6. Tatakai no Kami Win User

    Where are the exclusives? All I see is Kinect

    [quote user="Beta Bri"]

    [quote user=""]

    Wow! you really do miss the big picture don't you? what was it said in my previous post? the addition of these apps did not increase the cost of XBL gold, the price would be the same whether we had access to them or not.[/quote]

    It's not the matter of Microsoft adding free internet apps to their Xbox Live service and not raising the price of the service. It is the matter of charging their Xbox 360 customers an added surcharge to access those free internet apps, by putting them exclusively
    behind the Xbox Live Gold firewall, instead of adding the extra functionality as a courtesy to their customer base and an added incentive for prospective new customers.

    Secondly, what part of These apps are only available to those members who pay for access to XBL online features because they pay the fees to maintain XBL does not get through to you?
    No one else charges but Microsoft. You basically log-off of Microsoft's servers (which is your Xbox Live account) and onto the other internet app providers services. You're not using anymore bandwidth than on a Silver account to access them (which is your own).
    The most bandwidth usage is from downloading the app off of Microsoft's servers (which are smaller in size, than demos), and all accounts (Gold and Silver) can access through Xbox Live.

    What part of that don't you get?
    Sadly, that is more reflective of yourself...

    http://www.shacknews.com/article/53820/games-for-windows-interview-breaking

    http://multiplayerblog.mtv.com/2008/10/09/xbl-why-paying-for-netflix/

    "You can't cheat an honest man; never give a sucker an even break, or smarten up a chump." ~ W.C. Fields

    [/quote]

    No it still comes down to you not getting it. If you are not paying to access the online components of XBL then you cannot access the free features that require online access. You cannot log off XBL and access online features through your console. If you want
    to access them and don't want to use XBL then use your PC. What part of that don't you get? XBL is a closed network not an ISP. You're a silver so you wouldn't know it but when I access Youtube through XBL I am still using XBL. How do I know this? Because
    I am still in party chat with my friends. if I logged off live to access these services it would log me out of Party Chat, it would log me out of my profile, and when I bring up the Blades I guess it is called even though it doesn't look like them, I can
    still see who is online, if I have any messages and who is in my party chat.

    Now show me where the added surcharge is to access these apps? My gold price hasn't increased.

    As for the customer base, are you a gold Member? No? Then your not part of the customer base, you are what in Internet terms is called a leech. You are not supporting Live with a gold membership so why should you get the free perks? As for an added incentive?
    Where would the incentive be if they were made available to Silvers? What? There would be none.

    Once again it's your choice to be a silver, you want Youtube? Walk over to your PC and burn 5 calories and log on through your PC.
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