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Message forum Konsolentreff has come across an interesting image: the box for an upcoming Resistance 3 320GB PS3 bundle. While the box looks great, with that very amazing looking stylish Resistance 3 artwork, what’s curious is the little purple label included on that box.

That label advertises something called “PSN Pass”, and includes the following text:

Network features only available in countries that have PlayStation Store.

So what is this PSN Pass stuff? My guess is that it is Sony’s own version of the “$10 to play online unless you buy the game new” strategy that others companies have started running. If that’s the case, will PSN Pass only be used for Sony-released titles, or will this be a new, more streamlined system for any company to use for their PS3 titles?

Also, of course, leave a comment and let us know what you think about the whole idea of having to pay $10 for the ability to play online multiplayer for games if you buy them used.

Source: Konsolentreff

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PSN Pass Is Coming – But What Is It?

By EGM Staff | 07/5/2011 07:59 AM PT

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Message forum Konsolentreff has come across an interesting image: the box for an upcoming Resistance 3 320GB PS3 bundle. While the box looks great, with that very amazing looking stylish Resistance 3 artwork, what’s curious is the little purple label included on that box.

That label advertises something called “PSN Pass”, and includes the following text:

Network features only available in countries that have PlayStation Store.

So what is this PSN Pass stuff? My guess is that it is Sony’s own version of the “$10 to play online unless you buy the game new” strategy that others companies have started running. If that’s the case, will PSN Pass only be used for Sony-released titles, or will this be a new, more streamlined system for any company to use for their PS3 titles?

Also, of course, leave a comment and let us know what you think about the whole idea of having to pay $10 for the ability to play online multiplayer for games if you buy them used.

Source: Konsolentreff

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