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Posted 13 June 2013 - 01:15
Posted 13 June 2013 - 06:20
And this is one of the biggest issues with everything MS is doing and why a decent amount of gamers are not happy with them... The wording is purposefully vague and at the same time purposefully convoluted. That is no easy task to pull off. MS definitely has some good lawyers.
The way I read the family member thing is this.
The "master" account in the house has a Gold Live sub.
9 subaccounts can be under that master account, and play whatever games are tied to that Master Account.
If the master account signs in on another console, no other sub accounts can be active.
There is no way 1 person can purchase a game, then put 9 "family members" under their account, and all 9 of those people can play that game at any given time, and / or even at the same time?