Fair play, in fairness.
Thanks David O Donoghue
John Gallen writes:
Not sure if you are aware but when the pretender to the console gaming throne, I mean the new Xbox One, comes out users will only be able to lend their games ONCE.
The stupid rules on lending / trading games for the Xboxone are here and include:
You can only give Xbox One games to people who have been on your friends list for at least 30 days.
Each game can only be given once.
Anyone can play your games on your console — regardless of whether you are logged in.
Microsoft allows you to gift games to friends but they can’t “borrow” them. Microsoft says of this, “loaning or renting games won’t be available at launch, but we are exploring the possibilities with our partners.”
Xbox One will also allow you to give up to 10 family members access to “log in and play from your shared games library on any Xbox One.”
Note: the above does not apply to 3rd party games, yet.
Anyway, Playstation have come up with an instruction video for lending their games :)
Just thought that some of your readers may find this guide helpful. Netflix is available in the UK and Ireland right now. If you don’t know what it is, well its essentially a video on demand service that you pay a monthly subscription of €6.99 for, and can watch whatever you want whenever you want on a number of supported devices (PCs, consoles, mobile phones).
The Gaming Liberty reported yesterday that the service was available on Irish PS3’s, but what some of you may not know is that you can now access this service through your Irish (and UK) 360′s; and here (link below) is how.