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Free porn videos to hit Xbox 360 following Internet Explorer update

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An imminent Xbox 360 update will see free porn videos brought to the entertainment console for the first time, as Microsoft acknowledges the adult content themed by-product of adding Internet Explorer to the PS3 rival.

With Microsoft announcing that the Xbox 360 would be updated to run Internet Explorer back in June at E3 2012, the console bound web browser is currently in Beta with adult video site YouPorn revealing the possibility of bringing hardcore porn to the Xbox 360 for the first time in a recent blogpost.

“Gamers and free porn lovers around the world rejoice,” the official YouPorn blog posting read. “Thanks at long last to the introduction of Internet Explorer for Xbox, you can now tap in to and stream all your favourite free YouPorn videos right from your Xbox.”

The official YouPorn representative added: “Whether you’re pwning n00bs in CoD: Modern Warfare 3, annihilating Bullymong in Borderlands 2, or taking the Saints deep in Madden NFL 13, you’re never more than a few simple controller clicks away from being face deep in hot free porn.”

With the full Internet Explorer for Xbox 360 update set to be rolled out in the coming weeks, the introduction of porn to the family gaming platform is sure to be a concern to parents whose children own an Xbox 360 console.

Keen to distance itself from the claims of upcoming adult content, Microsoft has stated it will do whatever it can to ensure the correct parental controls and privacy measures are in place before the porn enabling rollout.

“To be clear, we are adding Internet Explorer to Xbox Live, not specific adult content providers like YouPorn or any other specific website content," a Microsoft spokesperson said according to a recent PocketLint report. “Additionally, we give members and parents the option to turn this feature on or off for their accounts. Access to Internet Explorer for all Child accounts is blocked by default.”

With the Xbox 360 set to add adult content for the first time, recent reports have suggesting the aging gaming platform is coming to the end of its impressive lifecycle with recent Xbox 720 rumours suggesting the Wii U rival will launch in 2013.

As Microsoft increases its Xbox 720 security, speaking exclusively with Trusted Reviews, Stainless Games COO, Matt Edmunds, stated that “next year is probably the right time for the new consoles.”

Are you outraged or excited by the upcoming introduction of pornographic content to the Xbox 360? Let us know via the Trusted Reviews Twitter and Facebook feeds or via the comments boxes below.

KultiVator

October 3, 2012, 5:49 pm

So, IE comes to the XBox - which is interesting for many reasons.

And TR sensationalise this news and effectively give YouPorn a tonne of free publicity in the process, whilst then pretending to take the high ground.

You make no mention of the same concerns on other 'family oriented devices' - like the laptop/tablet/smartphone/Wii/PS3/Web-enabled TV/STB.

Could've and should've skinned this particular cat another way IMHO.

If our tech-loving kids were in any doubt about where to find free porn - your article has made sure they can find it now.

bluesays

October 3, 2012, 8:35 pm

Agree with the poster above. This is an outrageous heading and article. I would read the Daily Mail if I was after such nonsense. Shoddy reporting...

Jmac

October 4, 2012, 10:59 am

Agree entirely with KultiVator - pretty much any device with a browser can be used to access the darker corners of the internet. Why single out Microsoft? By pointing this out, you distort what is in my view a very positive move (more features = more choice = a good thing; and parental controls can always be used to keep things clean) through a prism of knee-jerk disapproval. You can browse adult sites on Safari on iOS but nobody referred to the iPhone as a "Pornophone" - why is IE on Xbox any different?

WAgile Guru

October 4, 2012, 1:56 pm

Have to concur completely with all of the comments above; this is a really poor article and headline...

In fact I'd rather have read a review of a toaster than this sensationalist nonsense. I don't suppose anyone knows where I can find a good toaster review?

fredblogg

October 6, 2012, 4:32 pm

Luke Johnson i do hope sincerly that your editor is now looking for a more competant reporter that actually has an idea what is going on in the tech world as opposed to a bigoted microsoft hater, do you by any chance own an iphone

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