Consider all three of the new consoles, between demos being released weekly, game videos most of which are in hi def (720 or 1080), Downloadable full games, such as burnout and warhawk, with more to come. Xbox live has a huge number of arcade games, PS3 is rapidly growing, and the Wii has been steadily increasing also. Even the PSP, a portable system has full games for download.
On top of that PS3 recently received their video rentals, many of which are hi def, and Xbox360 had a huge library of rentals almost from the get-go.
I don’t think Comcast took gamers into account when it considered the cap that they recently instated.
Anybody with a way to measure bandwidth usage and at least one of these consoles, I would be curious to see what the monthly average is for a console owner. Especially if you have roommates who also own computers. Which brings up another point, comcast apparently hates having more than one person using the same line. I can hear it now, a family of four "Sorry joey, it’s Suzies turn to get online tonight." Does anyone else get flashbacks to pre-dsl days?
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