Who could possibly have guessed that online pay-per-minute adult services would spill onto Xbox LIVE. A new service where adults can pay to play with other adults that send you “dirty” and “flirty” messages, pictures and engage in some form of adult orientated video chat has just been launched. Of course, trouser movement is completely optional.
GameCrush claim they are likely to appeal to female and male gamers alike by providing people to play with on console titles such as ‘Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2′, ‘Halo 3′, and ‘Gears of War 2′ at the over-inflated-how-sad-are-you price of $6.60 for ten minutes - almost $40 for an hour! As if you could not be shocked enough already, future plans include going multi-platform with a dedicated bunch of women ready to hit you up on the Playstation Network - just when the PS3 thought it did almost everything, now it can tick the “horny” box.
This is how it works; players can find their perfect PlayDate through browsing profiles on the GameCrush website, then assuming someone has caught your eye, if your wallet is big enough you can purchase a live one-on-one private gaming session, &/or a two-way video and text chat. Both Players and PlayDates define the experience they want - either “flirty” or “dirty” and after the session is completed, players rate their experience so that top-rated PlayDates can be rewarded with additional site benefits.
If this kind of sevice appeals to you, remember it breaks many rules outlined in the official Xbox LIVE Online Policy, and depending on whether you are “flirty” or “dirty” could see your account result in a suspension from the Xbox LIVE Enforcement Team. Three vital rules are listed below that GameCrush exploit:
- Don’t distribute, post, publish, upload, disseminate or discuss defamatory, infringing, obscene, sexual or unlawful materials.
- Don’t give out information that personally identifies you (such as your real name, address, phone number, credit card number, etc.) while you’re playing.
- Don’t use the Xbox LIVE Service for commercial purposes
Not all gamers are aware that console messages and pictures sent between two individuals are logged on the Xbox LIVE servers, even after you have deleted such content that may violate the Xbox LIVE Online Policy, Microsoft can still retrieve content in consideration for account bans and suspensions. Think carefully about your online security by allowing GameCrush to obtain personal information associated with your account such as your real name and credit card info. If you don’t want the Xbox LIVE Enforcement team to laugh at your penis as they bring down the banhammer, or to have to call Customer Support because the woman who sent you dirty texts stole your Xbox LIVE account - then think wisely!
If you would like to comment on the GameCrush service or this newspost in any way - feel free to do so below, and remember that Xboxic are having their very own Xbox LIVE PlayDate on April 7th, it may not be “flirty” or “dirty”, but it is at least free to join any of the team.