E3 2010: Xbox 360 getting Hulu – How much would you pay?

By Alan Ng - Jun 2, 2010

We have some exciting details to share with Xbox 360 owners now, as it looks likely that Microsoft will be announcing Hulu support on the console at their upcoming press conference at E3 2010.

According to a report from GearLive, the Hulu service has been spotted in internal Xbox 360 dashboard builds and Microsoft has the popular service ready for a full unveil at E3 in a few weeks time.

GearLive have apparently received their information from a trusted source who says that the service will operate in a similar way to Netflix on the Xbox 360 dashboard.

Also confirmed is a subscription-based format – although prices are obviously unknown yet. Hulu is undoubtedly one of the most popular net-based services out there at the moment – so how much would you be willing to pay for it?

Would you prefer a pay-per-file system, or a monthly or yearly fee for unlimited access? Let us know your thoughts on this. We’ll update you when we know more.

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  • This is stupid all you have to do is go to http://www.playon.tv and download the playon player and have it open and running on your computer and then you can watch hulu or netflix or whatever on your XBOX and you can do that right now!

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    Once again this writer Alan ng bashing on the Xbox 360 I don’t see why you cover anything involving the 360 at all. Anyway if you look up hulu plus you will see it is a commercial free $9.99 a month service just like Netflix so to answer your question “how much would you pay” $9.99. Oh and did you know the ps3 can’t play hulu?