Daily Bits for 9/8/10
In today’s Daily Bits: Media Molecule are sending out beta invites for LittleBigPlanet 2, but doesn’t welcome all. Microsoft reveals a monster bundle that includes Kinect, and Xbox Live Policy brings the ban hammer down on a legit gamer.
LittleBigPlanet 2 Beta Invites Being Sent out, Only to Good little Sackboys
Are you just dying to try out some of the new innovative features in LittleBigPlanet2? Well you may just get that wish…or you may not. Beta Invitations are now going out for the next LittleBigPlanet, but only to active users of LBP 1. If you are not using your sackboy to play, create, and share, then you may not find that invite in your inbox.
Here is the post regarding how they are recruiting participants.
A few points to be aware of:
- To take part in the beta you must be 18 years old or over and be a resident in a country in which we operate a PlayStation®Store.
- The beta will be conducted in English only so you need to be able to provide your feedback in English.
- Our current Beta Test Community and our existing LittleBigPlanet beta testers will automatically be included in this beta trial. Please note that being selected for this beta trial does not give you access to other beta trials we may operate.
- Participation in our beta trials is subject to our Beta Trial Agreement. By accepting our invitation to join, you will be accepting the terms of this agreement so please read it carefully. These will be included in the invitation e-mails.
Microsoft Unleashes a 250GB 360, Comes Bundled With Kinect
Microsoft is taking the wraps off of their holiday Xbox 360 Kinect bundle. Aside from the 250GB hard drive you’ll be getting with the system, you will also be getting the Kinect motion control device, and a copy of Kinect Adventures, all for $399.99 when it is released on November 4th.
What are your thoughts on the new bundle? will you be picking it up for the hard drive space?
Microsoft Bans Gamer for Living in “Fort Gay”
Microsoft has mistakenly suspended Josh Moore, a 26 year old gamer for putting in his bio that he lived in “Fort Gay” West Virginia, an area that’s population is just over 800 residents. Moore had to call Microsoft and convince them that it is a real location and not a joke.
Chief enforcement manager, Stephen Toulouse apologized on the agents behalf who took care of Moore’s call, and now everything seems to be fine and dandy after Stephen revoked the account suspension.
This is really getting old Microsoft. You could of saved this man some trouble with just a quick google search, or doing some research before you slammed down the ban hammer.
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