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Online gaming lovers are shocked after getting cut off by Microsoft. Broadband uk services with faster speeds have facilitated live gaming and digital media experience. Gamers around the world can show their competence to the rest of the world through online gaming. There are several broadband gaming packages available with almost all the ISP’s in UK. There was a 50% growth in the industry after the launch of play stations, X-box and other gaming gadgets. X-box live is a Microsoft product which charges for multi player gaming experience.
Microsoft’s vision to make “windows live” to any part of the world includes the expansion of live gaming even to mobiles and handhelds. X-box live is the first gaming device facilitated for broadband usage and marks a record of 17 million members across the globe. It features live messaging to over 9000 members while gaming, listening to movies or watching movies. X-box live broadband gaming is also offered for free with limited privileges like access to free demo games, movie rentals, TV downloads, game add-ons,down loadable arcade games, avatars, voice and text chat. All you need is a X-box live gaming console and faster cable broadband or wireless broadband access. Other features like multiplayer, photo sharing, etc., are available with premium subscriptions. At present there are 26 countries accessing X-box live with UK in the top list.
The X-box service has been under controversies for cutting off a female user for reveling offensive contents in the live chat. But the latest sensational news is that Microsoft cuts off x-box live broadband gamers who indulge in activities like changing the console settings for using pirated copies of the games. Microsoft said that, “Customers should be aware that piracy is illegal and violation of x-box live terms for playing pirated discs will ban them from the service and void warranty.”
Even after a wide variety of gaming broadband service available for cheaper prices, users still use pirated discs or modified chips to play games which costs the gaming industry, about £750m a year. X-box uses DRM (digital rights management) technology to detect pirated copies of the software. But there wasn’t any official announcement of how they identify the accused, but they informed that all the consoles were verified for any violation and seems like almost 1 million users were banned.
There are many complaints from the users that there wasn’t any warnings or prior notice for service termination. It suddenly started popping up X-box live banned after signing in for gaming live. Few also report that the cost of live gaming is too high nearly, £50 per game. So a demand to reduce the gaming cost is raised among many and a few thinks for shift to play station 3. Good news is that the ban does not stop the device from working, just the live account.
Faster broadband services and better gaming has made a millions hooked to live the whole day. But the cost of luxury gaming has made a few to indulge in these activities. Broadband gamers should remember that piracy these days are strictly watched by manufacturers. This is the second threat for piracy, while the first was the government’s proposal of disconnecting broadband service for illegal file sharing. Let’s hope for operating piracy free computers in the future but for a low cost.
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