Remember how RapidShare wanted to become a legal retailer of digital entertainment? The online storage service has launched a beta of its new store, although at launch it’s selling games rather than music or movies. Users pay for the games using the site’s own Rapids virtual currency, and the beta is reportedly part of plans for a wider expansion. “Do you create digital content yourself and would like to offer it to other RapidShare customers? No problem, this will soon be possible!” explains a note posted on the company’s website. RapidShare has been regularly attacked in recent months for the copyright infringement happening on its service, but has also regularly claimed that it wants to work with the creative industries rather than against them.

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