The Taco Man
- Jan 17, 2013
I live in a country filled with pirates. A lot more then where you liveRozalia1 said:There are folk out there who just need the little push in regards to such things. There is the matter of being a "gateway" but I'm not going to go into that as you can argue it all day.Charcharo said:I dont see it that way. If they wanted to break the rules they would have/would do it anyway. I dont see how this makes it easier, I really do not.
Like most things that cant be enforced, it depends on good will. Nothing has changed.
I cant quantify anything, this is not technology where I can make objective statements. I just honestly think that this move may have actually gotten a few more sales that would not happen otherwise.
I have no idea about Australia and steam and GoG. If possible, it would be good to get it from there. Getting it from consoles however... yeah...
Ah yes it slipped my mind. Pirating stuff on PC is better recommended than buying legally on console, sorry about that.
Bloody hell come on now. You're perfectly fine with people pirating this game but find getting it legally on console distasteful... yeah justify yourself how you like on that.
Well whatever the case I've demonstrated that people are more than capable of legally purchasing the game... doesn't matter though does it? Some people were always going to justify themselves with it "not being made available", but this only adds to that.
There is a very simple divide. People that will buy it and those that wont. The second one also includes the pirates. What the developers did here may have actually made the number of the second group smaller and the number of the first a tad bigger.
*And of coarse you are always the correct one for all matters ever and we can argue all day but your opinion is morally just and sound ... *
On to the second point... It is never quite as simple as that. And I did not say pirating is superior to getting it on consoles. Where did I say that?
Australia's classification board is the one to blame here.