Friday, 18 December 2009

Aww , Come on Sony. Don't Be Like That.

"Sony is considering offering a premium PlayStation Network subscription in the future," the survey says. "The subscription offering would provide new premium features you could choose to pay for and are in addition to the features currently available for free such as access to online multiplayer gaming (current features would remain free)."

Premium users would also have access to Cloud Storage Space for Games, which would allow players to save their game online rather than on their hard disk, loyalty reward programs, automatic updates, member-exclusive Facebook Connectivity, an online music service and music video service, Hulu TV catch-ups, member-only game content, discounts, demo-sharing (sharing exclusive member-only demos from your full games with friends), and Netflix without a disc.

The chart on this page details four potential plans; three costing $69.99 a year or $9.99 a month and one running $4.99 a month and $29.99 a year."

*clears throat*

Nyrehhhh. NYREHHH. Does this mean I'm going to have to pay TWO subscriptions Sony? Does it?

Because unfortunately, It's going to be the Xbox I'll pay for. Not out of spite, but because I prefer playing online on that one. Yet now I'm going to be left out of the SOny camp because of this. Also, you're giving loyalty awards only to paying customers?


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