A middle aged, middle class salaryman loses his job after a downsizing, and after spending the following two years downsizing his lifestyle, he decides to overcome competition in his own personal way: chopping down anyone who gets in the way of his path back into fiscal solvency.
“Le Couperet” is a dark comedy thriller about a middle-class worker who turns into a killer after being unemployed for more than three years.
The Secret World kicked quite a heavy load of baggage off of its subscribers shoulders. That baggage is the paid subscription. I must admit I was friggen pumped for The Secret World. But once that one month free trial ended, the honeymoon was over. It wasn’t cheap to keep the fun going, so I put the game on hold until I could set aside some time to make paying for the subscription worth while. Well, now I don’t have to worry about it! And neither do you. Buy the game, play FREE FOREVER. They do have a monthly subscription you can still get. With it you get: “10 USD/EUR per month which can be spent in the in-game store, the ‘Time Accelerator’ item that grants double experience gain for one hour each day, a fixed 10% discount to everything in the in-game store, and more.” Check out a video past the break!
According to The Verge, Microsoft could be launching a $99 Xbox 360 bundle that will require a two-year $15 monthly subscription. The bundle includes a 4GB console, a Kinect sensor, an Xbox Live Gold plan, and it could become available at official Microsoft stores (no word on its availability at other retailers yet) as early as next week. According to the report, Microsoft is using this as a competitor to similar services like the Apple TV and Roku. This doesn’t sound like a bad idea if you’re looking for a cheaper way to play games or watch movies and TV shows online. The only downside is should you cancel your plan there will be a termination fee that those who purchase the console and subscription separately don’t have to worry about. So how does this sound to you? Do you like the idea of paying less up front with a required monthly fee, or would you rather purchase it all separately and have the option to cancel your plan without any repercussions? READ MORE