View Full Version : Remove the Online Pass

04-24-2013, 06:48 AM
LBP1 and LBP2 didn't have online passes, and since I live in another country, and PS Store is not available in that country, AND I've made a cool level featuring a cow that poops out screaming bacon, AND I need an online pass to get to the community, that means I can't share my bacon cow. I thought LBP was Play, Create, Share and not Play, Create, Cannot Share because PSN is a bunch of removed-inappropriate. :cry:

04-24-2013, 04:09 PM
For a game that freezes online as much as this one, I don't know what my money for the online pass has gone towards.

05-18-2013, 08:15 PM
The online pass is to try and get rid of the second-hand game dealers. When you buy a game new, the developers of the game would get the money. If for example, you got fed up of it and you sold it to a friend who wanted it, the developers do not get any cash for their game. And if that friend sold it to a second-hand game shop, again the devs wouldn't get any money for it.

So in a nutshell, I believe the online pass is just to discourage people from buying their games second-hand. That's why games of today are so online based; taking away online takes away most of the game's fun.

05-23-2013, 08:14 PM
Good thing they dont do this with other products pepole would not accept a policy like this in the auto industry , its about time the whole pass thing went the way of the fishes if you know what i mean .I already buy your game and now you want more cash ...makes me angry LOL.

05-25-2013, 05:19 AM
The gamming industry has gotten very dumb.

Since when do creators, inventors, developers, and companys make money off of used stuff?

05-27-2013, 01:39 PM
Honda doesnt make money when you buy a 88 civic , chevy wont make a cent if you buy a 58 bel air , games should be the same , no strings attached used stuff equals no profit .

05-28-2013, 12:49 AM
Maybe if second hand Hondas that were bought new for $15000 only a few weeks ago were bought by used car salesmen for $5000 and then sold for $10000 then Honda might also want a part of that $5000 mark up. You can't compare games to cars, they're completely different things.

I don't think prohibiting second hand sales is a good idea, but I also don't see why Gamestop and the likes should get such a huge slice of the cake either, they're hardly adding any value. The biggest mystery is how they get away with it. If you see used games sold at $40 and they only offer $20 for your copy, doesn't that strike you as a huge rip-off?

(Full disclosure: I don't sell any of my games, nor do I buy second hand. If I think a game is too expensive, I wait a few months and it'll drop in price. Who has time for other games when they're into LBP(K) anyway. ;) )

05-28-2013, 03:38 AM
All my games I have are used except runefactory and the only one's I really play are ruse and lbp.
Plus somtimes games dont drop in price for about a year or 2