CunningSmile wrote:MS said on their website (Tinno posted a link but I can't find it now) saying that you could have up to 10 people in your 'family' accessing your library from any console.
Yes, I was talking to one of my friends about this last night and was saying that this could be revolutionary; being able to allow access to my games (when I'm not playing them!) sounds like a really cool idea, but I do wonder what the limitations on it are as it could effectively mean less sales of some games because only one copy would need to be bought whilst allowing 10 more people to play it. I do wonder whether there will be restrictions on time / completion on the games, and whether individual publishers will have to enable this ability or potentially block it entirely. Potentially a very good idea (which is probably why I have doubts!
) and particularly good for my friends as I have an extensive library of games (361 games on the 360).
CunningSmile wrote:MS aren't stupid....
Debatable! After all, there has been considerable concern and debate raised since the debacle of the initial Reveal, the failure to clarify things following the Reveal, and the fact that so many questions remain unanswered. I know you will be getting everything you want from the One (and I am genuinely pleased for you), but there are probably many more of us out there who are wondering whether MS are in fact driving away many potential customers through the decisions they are making and the lack of answers forthcoming.