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Uncharted Territory
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Re: PSN Account Activation Limit

Jul 30, 2013

the limit will not go back up to 5, if you own more than 2 consoles you are in the minoritiy

 

allowing 5 consoles is just too easy for game sharing turds

 

 

as for the small aprartment guy, what kind of small apartment even has room for more than 1 TV?

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Re: PSN Account Activation Limit

Jul 30, 2013

Ok, I can admit that 5 maybe too many, for the whole game stealing thing. But i think 3 would be a more appropriate number

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Oct 2, 2014

I second that. Three is appropriate. I have one at home, one at work (old system I donated to our rec-room), and another one I bought for my nephew who relies entirely on me for the games. 

Its a shame they'd cap the max limit of consoles. 

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@lilendian

 

You've replied to a thread that is over a year old.

 

Also, SONY capped the number of consoles to prevent what you just admitted to doing - gamesharing. Giving your nephew access to your purchased games and content is gamesharing and against the Terms of Service for using the Playstation Network. Your accounts and/or consoles could get banned.

 

Effectively you are stealing from the developers.

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Re: PSN Account Activation Limit

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Thread is now locked for necrobumping please make sure a thread is active before responding.

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