jimbob32292 said:damnit that would be pretty cool tho, especially considering ive been on xbox since 2003 and they only have 2 years for my time lol...
oKRACKoATTACKo said:Im sure it means 2 years played like 365 x2 days played
TehPhelix said:If goes by the active time you have had xbox live gold for. It must be continuous and if at any point your account downgrades to a silver, the timer restarts. Thus you have had at least 2 years of continuous xbox live gold.
Horizon said:Not to sound like a **** but this is incorrect. Like I said I have 5 years and in between those 5 years I have had multiple times where I did not have live for a month or 2. Like for example when I moved from new hampshire to colorado 5 months ago, it was at the same time my live went to silver, I did not have gold for a month and a half, After I got back on a month later my number went up from 4 to 5.
Been with us for a while? Now you can show it off. The number of years you've been an Xbox LIVE Gold member now shows up in the corner of your gamer card. Just one more thing to add to your gamer cred!
In the preview, it ran longest continuous.TehPhelix said:Xbox.com | Xbox News - The Xbox LIVE Update Enhances Netflix, Friends List, and More
For some people it has been known to reset or not go completely through, for others is has been known to skip over the time you have had silver. I guess it varies from person to person. And no you didn't sound like a ****