Would this work?

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Games & Content' started by shadowwolf1579, Feb 5, 2010.

  1. shadowwolf1579
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    I really want to play Dantes Inferno.. If I were to play the game offline with a temporary account that I made that has not been connected to Live before, then delete the account and all the items associated with it from my xbox before going back on to live. Should I be ok?
     
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    No. Bannings have nothing to do with the account you play the games on.

    But you are never 100% safe on Live playing backups anyway.
     
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    Well im talking about how when you play a game on a account, the game shows up as having been played and all that. When you are deleting a account it gives you a option to delete all items that are associated with the account.
     
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    Like I said, from what we know, activity that results in bans is stored in the secdata file which is not tied to the user account. Secdata keeps track of what games are played, not who plays them.