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Sony clamps down on PlayStation game sharing

Discussion in 'News' started by GiddyG, Nov 21, 2011.

  1. GiddyG

    GiddyG Terabyte Poster Gold Member


    Sony clamps down on PlayStation game sharing

    UK gamers can no longer play the same copy of a new PlayStation Store game on more than two devices.

    On 18 November Sony cut the number of consoles and handheld devices that users can tie to their PlayStation Network (PSN) account from five to two.

    The change only applies to games and other content bought via the PlayStation Store after 18 November.

    The limits are believed to have been imposed to stop people sharing games with friends.

    Full Story here


    1. Boffy
      Not surprised, it's happening to all games nowdays.

      Just look at the PC market. You have CD keys linked to online accounts, activating games to Steam (even single player games require steam identify).

      It was bound to happen, I wonder how pissed GAME/GAMESTATION will be when they restrict second-hand games.

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