It's a perfectly valid and widespread viewpoint in this day and age. Pirating is meeting a demand, or it wouldn't exist to the extent it does currently, and if the company is ignoring that demand well bad luck. Why do you think Australia is the No1 pirating country of GoT?Rozalia1 said:Well nice to see the obvious happening. A company that failed before should make sure its on the ball next time and Sony have done well in that regard. Microsoft, and Nintendo not so much, but there is always next time.
So until they cater to you you'll just pirate their games? Well that isn't a good argument at all considering all those PC exclusives out there... what a dangerous viewpoint.ZippyDSMlee said:The PS3 might not be imposable but I have more PS2 games anyway. From now on if game companies want my money they will have to focus on BWC or I will just stick with the PC and emulation or 100-200 used consoles.
I'd buy a Nintendo console if they remade Perfect Dark and Golden Eye, with no major gameplay changed(qte), even without a major graphical upgrade, which they both really really need, and I bet they would get alot of sales from the nostalgia of them. This money could then be used to make New games with new idea's instead of generic shooter 85 and mario does something 193.
Until they lift their game I wont be even buying a current gen console, and before you say anything note I use to download The Blacklist until 4 episodes in I realised it was being aired 1 episode behind on TV so i rewarded them by watching it and not downloading it. We need to reward behavior that is beneficial to the customer, and punish practices that aren't, and if companies hve to go bankrupt because of that, it's nothing but their own fault.