So, I was uploading my Demon's Souls save to online storage so I could show my friend what NG+ is like at his place, and it comes up with this:
There are limits to how frequently you can download this saved data from online storage.
You can download only after 24 hours have passed since you last uploaded to or downloaded from online storage.
You can upload to online storage at any time.
..Now what is the point of that? I thought one of the main reasons to have online storage/cloud saves was so you could save where you were, then go somewhere else and instantly pick up from where you left off. That's kind of really annoying.
Back when Blockbuster was relevant around here, I was able to rent a game every week. Older games cost about $2 for a week, and that was great. I would have played maybe a tenth of the PS1 games I've played if not for renting.
..And then the PS2 came along and messed all of that up. $7 for an overnight rental? No thank you sir.