Game Crush says it modeled its pricing structure after the cost of buying a girl a drink at a bar.
In a bar, you're basically buying the opportunity to chat a girl up.
When the service launches, it will only support the Xbox 360 and a few casual games hosted on the Game Crush website, but there are plans to add Play Station 3, Wii, and World of Warcraft support as soon as possible.
Game Crush is hoping players will look at their service the same way.
Perhaps “hacked” is the wrong word, because it can imply both criminality and lawful exploration.
It seems as though a hacking and reversing posse known as the Three Musketeers worked out the LV0 keys some time ago. He knew he would fail, and thereby demonstrated that to hold back the tide was impossible – and, in any case, unnecessary – even for a king.
Since they were, in their own words, “done with PS3 now anyways,” they just sat on the information. Follow @duckblog [*] Paul Ducklin is a passionate security proselytiser. ) He lives and breathes computer security, and would be happy for you to do so, too.
Games with Game Crush Play Dates start at $6.60 for ten minutes.