Wow. This article was supposed to scare people from pirating games, but instead is making us think that cracks are so rarely malware that anytime a crack is reported as a rootkit or something, it's news-worthy. Backfire much, Escapist? ;Dnikki191 said:same, i was honestly confused by the article. i just assumed that almost every single crack, etc someone downloaded would be either virus ridden or contain malware.Raiyan 1.0 said:
but apparently im wrong and its generally safe to download them
I'd believe you haven't been to argentina =Pbaconsarnie said:People still want to play pro-evo soccer? On PC?
That's the only newsworthy bit of this piece.
I'm pretty sure the way DRM works isn'tTestECull said:Anyone who gets this deserves it. Derp the first: Not scanning the hell out of files downloaded. Derp the second: Downloading a crack off youtube. You will NEVER find a valid crack there. Derp the third: Buying games that need cracks in the first place. Do try to avoid this, if nobody buys a game because of the DRM game companies infecting their games with it will either leave PC gaming entirely or stop using DRM, either way generating a success for PC gamers.
Fair enough, i assumed based on experience here in the uk that the pro-evo crowd had all moved to the fifa series. It used to be about even but i don't know anyone who owns any pro-evo game after about 2007/08 ish.teh_Canape said: