Not too long ago I bought L.A. Noire "on demand", and I will soon be completing it. My question is this: is it against the Microsoft Terms of Service to transfer the license to by brother's console (and re-download the game to it) so that my brother can play? I know he would be able to play on my console, but "giving" the game to him would be very convenient.
It seems like it would be against the ToS, but since the game is tied to the license (which is tied to the console), it also seems similar to lending a physical copy of a game. I would delete the game off my HDD since I would have no more need of it (and it's almost 12GB), meaning I would no longer have access to the game. It probably seems like a stupid question, but I see no need for two people living in the same house to each buy the same single-player game when there's potentially an easier, more economical way.
And with all due respect to Ambassadors, unless you can quote the part of the ToS that either allows or forbids this kind of action, I would be more comfortable with an MS official's response.