Last.fm is coming to the Xbox 360, sticking another multimedia feather in the little beige box's hat. But we're left with two burning questions: how much will it cost, and can we stream the music in our games?
The most important of those questions is the streaming one, and sadly, we don't have an answer on that yet. What we do have an answer for is some of the pricing structures Microsoft and Last.fm will be implementing.
Silver users, you'll have access to a 3-month trial, which is lumped with video advertising. Gold users, you'll get unlimited access, but again, this will be ad-supported. To get Last.fm with no ads, you'll need to subscribe, which will also get you a few extra features.
There's no word on how much a 360-related subscription would cost you, but for reference, a regular Last.fm sub will set you back $US3 a month.