Do you want hundreds of different games of diverse genres that span video and computer gaming history available for unlimited play on your PC, 24 hours a day, without the hassle of having to set up eleven different game and computer systems? But in this case, you're going to have to pay $10 a month to Ted Turner for the privilege. Thus is the state of the Game Tap Broadband Entertainment Network, the world's first large-scale legal attempt to make a rerun channel for video games.
And there's another catch — the "unlimited" games have the habit of magically disappearing at the blink of an eye once you stop paying your monthly gaming tariff. It's an admirable goal that is pulled off relatively effectively with their candy-coated software wrapper that wrangles together 400 disparate games from the late 1970s to the present into one virtual gameplay arena.
btw, I started my trial last night and I think it will be very easy for me to find $5 worth of fun per month on this.
Didn't it debut at $15/month when most here said they'd be willing to pay ~$10, then later dropped to $10/month, and now $5/month? Would it even be profitable for them to go that low?
If this one fact doesn't get you to sign up then I don't know what will. At this price, though, I know I can get at least five dollars with of enjoyment out of the service for the next twelve months.