The nation's second-biggest cable company wants to change your Internet bill in a way that may make gaming a lot more expensive. But what do key gaming companies Sony, Microsoft and OnLive think? MTV Multiplayer asked them.
Time Warner Cable wants to start charging customers for the amount of Internet bandwidth they use. And despite a revision yesterday in how the company plans to charge consumers in some test markets this year, one thing hasn't changed: it looks like it's going to be getting more expensive to use broadband.
Gamers have expressed worry about being able to afford their hobby.
But game companies?