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What's worse? Paying for online or friends codes?

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User Info: jammies

6 years ago#1
Aren't you glad to not have to deal with either of those when it comes to playing online with PS3?
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User Info: darkshadowmaster

6 years ago#2
Idc tbh. I love both my 360 & PS3.
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User Info: stargazer1981

6 years ago#3
I posted this in the "official" PSN Pass thread. But there's a pissing contest going on in there, so it was passed over completely:

I didn't bother sifting through the endless amount of drivel, but one thing that could possibly be overlooked in all this: Gamestop (if you buy your games from there) has been selling EA games, used, for $10 cheaper than usual, to account for the online pass deal.

So, in essence, you're not paying anymore than you would pay if the online pass didn't exist.

Meh. Whatever.
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User Info: Otimus

6 years ago#4
To me, it goes:

PC's Online > times a million PSN > XBOX Live (Though that's switched if you disregard charging for Live is a god damned joke) > times a thousand PS2's online >>>>> Sega Dreamcast's Online >>>>>>>>>>> 3DS' Online >>>>> Sega Saturn's Online >>>> Wii's Online > DS' Online
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User Info: M_RUTTER2K8

6 years ago#5
I'd say having no online for a month or so while potentially having my details stolen is worse.
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User Info: BigSaltyDookie

6 years ago#6
i'd say having my personal information stolen because a company was running their network on dated unpatched/unfirewalled servers (after being warned by security experts about the risks) and then having that same company sit on letting its customers know for a day the worst.. but i guess that's not an option.

i'm just glad i don't have to deal with that kind of shady business stuff on two of my three current gen consoles.
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User Info: jammies

6 years ago#7
Looks like the bridges have their firewalls down at this moment.
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User Info: f1madman

6 years ago#8
To be on topic:

I think friend codes are worse. (Now that I can afford to) I'd gladly pay for a better online service that you get with the Wii.

Other than the PSN hack, which really annoyed me and I had to go around changing passwords, bank cards and all that hassle. I ended up getting 4 free games out, which for my name/address/DOB is actually quite a bargain!

Plus although the PS store hasn't been great its getting better, and I'm probably in the minority here but recently I have been very happy with my PS3/games/PSN service.

Happy customer :)
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User Info: Seifer_us

6 years ago#9
Friend codes are terrible, but I just flat-out will not pay for online gaming. It's just not worth it to me. So, yeah, paying is worse.

It helps that I'm not a very social person online. In the real world I do much better. Everyone's so uninhibited online that they all act like ***** and it takes all the fun out of it.
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User Info: Shippoyasha

6 years ago#10
Paying for online is worth it if the service is stable and has enough features.

Friendscodes = EXTREMELY inconvenient + ZERO features.
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