Parents who have young children have to enable Family Friendly settings for their kids Xbox Live account
Microsoft sent over a press release announcing that Xbox Live Vision for Xbox 360 is now available. Xbox Live Vision is an affordable next-generation camera that allows gamers to chat via video in real time with their friends and family, send photo messages, put their own face in a supported game, and customize their gamertag on the Xbox Live network. Four previously released games (Bankshot Billiards 2, Hardwood Hearts, Hardwood Spades and Hardwood Backgammon) will receive today automatic updates on Xbox Live Arcade, making them Xbox Live Vision-enabled. These games will join “UNO!,” the classic card game for Xbox Live Arcade that is already compatible with Xbox Live Vision.