Xbox Live Silver Membership Becoming Xbox Live Free Membership?

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  1. iwasherenotyou

    iwasherenotyou Medical Officer

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  2. MidnightBliss

    MidnightBliss Well-Known Member

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    Just a name change. No big deal.
     
  3. Aaron

    Aaron Master of Crystalocution Moderator Content Contributor

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    Name change for mass market?

    OR

    Vile conspiracy?
     
  4. mineraljane

    mineraljane Gravity Hugger

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    As mentioned already, this is utterly meaningless.

    From the article:

    "It’s exciting to see that Microsoft is changing up the cosmetic surface of some of their features, but for the most part the core of everything else is remaining just the same."

    Exciting? What exactly has changed other than a name for Silver, for marketing purposes, and a price increase for Gold based upon nothing substantial whatsoever in service? (Hopefully I missed some level of sarcasm in the article, but I doubt it.)
     
  5. bignick1693

    bignick1693 Maximal

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    hope live turns into a system like playstation plus. though it most likely a name change.
     
  6. Opticron Primal

    Opticron Primal Comin' up OOOs!

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    Nah, while PS Plus is a good concept losing any games and stuff you got under the PS Plus discount when your sub expires is rediculous.
     

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