not exactly, the xkcd comic was kind of a joke. it wasn't that it returned the same number it was that it used the same random number twice making it computationally possible to calculate the unknown. I'm sure the number changes but when you can calculate it every time it doesn't really matter.
Yeah you are right in technical terms its inaccurate, however in the end the meaning is the same the random function is not random and therefore the key is calculable.
hmmm so essentially it would be possible to completley dump the GameOS (or modify it) to run str8 linux, & then be able to runs games from linux? if so that is what i have always wanted.....maybe somone could port one of the newer kernels of linux, that take the addvantage of USB disks as "system memory" (kinda how when you plug a usb stick in a win 7 pc, it asks would you like to use this disk to speed up the system (system cache/memory)