Published on 24th April 2008 by
Originally Posted by CardJoeIt's very much like stealing a necklace from a shop to try it on and see if it looks good, but promising to go back and buy it later. Intention doesn't matter because the reality is that you've stolen.
Originally Posted by E-JungleI fully appreciate the point you make, but if i like/play the game i'll buy it and if i don't like it i don't play it as well. On an ethical level you are right because you are stealing by definition, but since the game isn't physical (when you download it) it doesn't hurt the retailers. Files you can delete, but i highly doubt the necklace would be returned to the shop.
In my opinion it's the peeps that download and never buy something that will be the downfall of PC gaming, if the future brings us the grim doomsday scenario currently thought out by some of the industries minds. Casual games like Pontifex (which i highly recommend) will still be made because they are cheap to produce.
Originally Posted by BigD79i thought this was about how games could be better.
i was going to say boobs.
But spot on though Cliff.
Originally Posted by CardJoe
No, it doesn't hurt the developers, it hurts the gamers. Developers see that their games are being pirated on PC and instead move to consoles for safety because, regardless of your motivation, all they see if you stealing. Which is also essentially all you are doing.
Originally Posted by steveo_mcgWasn't a consensus reached on the forums a while back noob is derogatory while newb is term of relative affection.
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