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#290 - anonymous (03/18/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Piracy is a service problem. When a free version offers a better experience then the 60$ version, ********** up.
Maybe sort that out big publishers, instead of putting worst and worst DRM on your products that only contribute to making it worst in contrast to the pirated version.

Wont be long till we see SC fully pirated and offline. I think the only problem left was getting it to save. Cant be that hard...
User avatar #274 - stayoutofmyshed (03/18/2013) [+] (1 reply)
anyone got a torrent link to Simcity 5?
#332 to #274 - alexanderh ONLINE (03/18/2013) [-]
I don't think any torrents are out yet. I've seen a lot of fake ones, but I doubt there's any real ones yet.
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#181 - whymewhy (03/18/2013) [+] (4 replies)
based on some of the comments i have read you guys seem to think that EA is the only company that charges too much but almost any game i have bought brand new was 60 bucks no matter the company.
User avatar #191 to #181 - bothemastaofall (03/18/2013) [-]
EA ***** over its customers with nosy DRM and bad practices. Here's one example:

Battlefield 3 was 60 bucks at launch, like most games. Later though, Premium was released. This was a DLC that drastically changed the multiplayer. It was 50 bucks.
If you wanted to keep playing current versions Battlefield 3 you would have to drop 110 dollars on the game. Here's the catch.
People getting the game after Premium was released are able to buy the game with Premium DLC for 60 bucks. Basically, if you were an avid fan and bought the game at launch, you ended up getting shafted for 110 bucks, while people late to the party only had to pay 60 bucks. Sound fair?
I will concede that new players would never buy a game for 110 bucks, but old players shouldn't be cheated. They could have released the DLC for free and been nice like that, but they didn't, and the old, loyal players were given a raw trade.
Also you should read the EULA of Origin. It's terrifying.
#127 - anonymous (03/18/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Wrong order.
EA would be beating the Pirates for pirating their games, and the customers would beat EA for their ****** service, and the Pirates would also beat EA for their ****** services.
User avatar #100 - srapture (03/18/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I pirate games because I have no money to spend on them. Although it's quite likely that I would pirate them and save my money for other things if I did have any. If a game can't be played for free, I won't play it at all. If it can, I will pirate it. If other pirates are like me, pulling **** like EA has can only lose them money from people who would have been paying customers but were too sick of their **** to bother with the game at all. Well, that's my opinion anyway.
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All these people justifying piracy
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