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access_time November 18, 2011 at 8:52 AM in News by John Speerbrecker

Sony is putting the clamps on game sharing.

Today, Sony is putting the kibosh on those of you that share your PSN id’s with your friends.  Previously, PSN customers were allowed to have their network id set up onto five systems, with the new update it will shrink that down to two. At the moment we are unsure if this will be retroactive or if the change will simply be going forward from now.

The original purpose of the sharing was to ensure that if a customer had any problems with downloading software, they would be protected in that they would be able to re-download  the media with no  problem. As it turns out, many of you were not honest to the terms of service that Sony had put out saying that the media is yours alone and not to be shared with a third party. So now Sony has had to react to recoup the losses from this and now is limiting everyone’s access to their purchased virtual goods.

Sorry girls, the free ride on the game train is OVER.




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