Jupp. I see people dont discuss this anymore because they think they are safe.BuldozerX
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Thats not good at all:(
Are you people somehow stupid enough to not notice what Sony is actully doing?
They only confirmed that a used disc would play on the PS4. From their point of view it seems like a logical thing to do, because then they don`t have to offer every single game digital when a game is out of brand new copies. Eurogamer never followed up on their answer. They should have asked if it would require any fee to activate the used games, but they did not, but others did.
On activation codes for secondhand PS4 titles:
It's a publisher decision. We are not talking about it. Sorry.
Well, you all know what the publishers want? They want to block used games, and Sony will not take the fault, because they can blame the publishers.
When Game Informer asked them the same question, they refused to talk about it. They said:
"We are just now announcing the basic vision and strategy of PS4 and will have more information to share regarding used games later this year."
I don`t know what the hell they are doing. Now almost everyone thinks that the PS4 will be playing used games without any hassle. But if you do some basic research and read the questions you will soon notice that they are dodging the questions, and are most likely planning some fee to activate each game. This is IMO worse than blocking the games 100%.BuldozerX
Lost it at the cinnamon bagel part
Used games are stealing money for the developers that work so hard on developing said games. I fully support Microsoft's plan to block used games. Can't cough up the extra five dollars it takes to get a new copy? Then miss out on that Starbucks coffee and cinnamon bagel for one single day and then pay the real price. I am currently boycotting Nintendo, as they havnen't implemented such a feature for the Wii-U.
If used games aren't blocked, then there should be a fee to unlock said used games to be made playable. I think a 15-20$ would be satisfactory. Used gamers, stock up on those Microsoft Point cards!Bad-School-Girl
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