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Membership Website Offers Unlimited PSP and Xbox 360 Game Downloads

04-02-2007 12:08 PM CET | Leisure, Entertainment, Miscellaneous

Press release from: PSPNow.net

/ PR Agency: ThatPRGuy.com
Vancouver, BC – PSP and Xbox 360 gamers are able to download unlimited legal games from a membership website.

The innovative web site at PSPNow.net offers games for the Xbox 360, Play Station 2, PS2, PSP, Xbox, GameCube, and more.

“We give gamers what they want – unlimited downloads,” said Cary Cross, owner of the web site. “These are complete games, not demos. We offer legal software from a list of hundreds of games, as well as music, DVD copy and backup software, MP3 players, CD burning software, online music search, lyrics, Internet radio, popup and spyware removers, and much more.”

Visitors to the site begin with unlimited searches for any type of games. The site boasts the highest number of available files for free download to members, as well as accelerated downloads.

“You can download anything you want, any time you want,” said Cross.

The site not only offers action games, strategy games, role playing games, sports games, racing games, adventure games and simulations, but much more at http://www.PSPNow.net

The web site provides the latest information on how to easily play any downloaded game, song, movie, or television show. Members also have access to software to easily and legally burn video games, music and movies to CD, so there is no expensive DVD burner required.

“You will find all of the latest tools for accessing the largest file networks on the planet plus some new methods using special web sites and networks. Members have access to the necessary tools to search and download all kinds of files. Basically, you will be able to find whatever you need. This includes movies, software, games and much more,” explained Cross.

Files are downloaded to a PC then transferred to an Xbox 360, PSP or other game console using the software and instructions provided at the site.

The membership fee is only paid once. It is not a subscription, and there are no payments per download. After making the one-time membership payment members get unlimited downloads with no additional charge.

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PSPNow.net provides the latest information on how to easily play any downloaded game, song, movie, or television show. Members also have access to software to easily and legally burn video games, music and movies to CD, so there is no expensive DVD burner required.

Cary Cross
250-869-5254

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