Introduction to This Method, and the Differences to Them GOD Packages GOD packages (or Games on Demand) are very common for the users that don't use FSD on their JTAG/RGH consoles. There are a few ups, and downs of running GOD style games. Pros: All files are broken into separate containers, that are stored under the game's title ID. So, you can delete games from the official Microsoft dashboard's storage manager. The biggest advantage of GOD style games are that you can launch them from the official Microsoft dash under the Game's Library. This is useful for the people that enjoy the "stock" look of the official dash. Cons: Loading is a bit slower, and sometimes the game freezes a bit. Another disadvantage of GOD style games are they are very disorganized in FSD, if you install them in the "0000000000000000" folder on the HDD. They will show up under XBLA games, if you have your XBLA games installed in their default locations. These also run even slower and more buggy on an external HDD. Extracted ISO This is the method that's most common. Even i use it. It's easiest fastest, and most reliable. PLUS, It's a TON easier to modify games, and run trainers for them. Pros: Faster, and a LOT more reliable. Easiest for game modifications. This is also best for external USB drives. Cons: A lot of files. It would be common sense to have them all in one folder though. Such as, Games>Forza 4>Extracted files and folders. This isn't really a con though. Couldn't think of any... Except if you have a smaller HDD and you delete games when you're done with them. Then you'd have to make an HDD defrag a regular thing to do on basis for a much faster, and less buggy game experience. Needed Programs: GOD 2 ISO 360 MP (or any other ISO extracting software. Such as, Exiso, Xbox Image Browser, etc.) Creating An ISO From A GOD Container 1. Open up GOD 2 ISO and select your GOD container's identification file. It's the file that is outside of the game container's folder. It should be like this, Title ID of game>00007000>The small 44kb file. I included an example picture below. The highlighted file is the one you want to open in GOD 2 ISO. 2. Select "Fix "CreateISOGood" broken header." This step is crucial. If you fail to select this option, you will get the error "Unable to obtain game info," "Not a valid Xbox 360 image," or "Header does not match Xbox 360 Images" errors when ever you load your newly built ISO into an extraction program. 3. Select the output for your newly created ISO to be saved. 4. Press "Go" and be patient. 5. You can tell when the program is finished when the "Go" button and other buttons are lit up again and both green status bars are all the way to the right. This program doesn't notify you upon completion for some rather odd reason. Extracting the Newly Created ISO File 1. Open up 360MP and make sure you're in the "Extract ISO" tab on the top left. It's highlighted in the picture below. Once you're in the "Extract ISO" tab, press "Select ISO." 2. The two options highlighted below are optional. I'd always recommend selecting "Skip "$SytemUpdate" folder?" The second option "Create Game-Folder," will create a game folder using the name provided from the .xex. Enabling or disabling this option is up to you. You can edit the game folder's name with the box below labeled "Edit Game-Folder:" 3. Select your output folder by selecting "Select Folder..." 4. Press "Extract ISO." Then give the program a few minutes. You will then be notified upon completion. 5. FTP your newly extracted game to your RGH/JTAG console. Enjoy! This tutorial was brought to you by XPG's Tutorial Team. I do NOT authorize reposting this tutorial, ANYWHERE. This was also put in the Premium section FOR A REASON. Shoutouts go to: XPGDutch, XPGJack and XPGTOMO. My fellow Tutorial Team!