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    the developers brought this on themselves Reply Levi says July 28 2014 at 1 30 pm if the publishers won t drop the DRM they will slowly die out but they can t just give games away for free people are a holes and i doubt someone will be generous enough to pay or donate for games so there has to be some balance between the two Reply Palma says August 6 2014 at 7 03 pm hopefully the DRM will die out after Ubisoft s Uplay problems and the Sim City scandal game publishers will stop messing around with rediculous anti piracy systems Reply pirate king says August 6 2014 at 7 47 pm game publishers wont learn sh t from uplay and simcity they will continue with their foolish ways the only way to battle this is to download the games from torrent sites play them and if you like them and feel that they are worthy the 60 price than you can buy them Reply Levi says August 6 2014 at 8 04 pm but that is a big part of the problem most game publishers rely on per orders and launch events if people download the game at first and buy it later it will hurt the sales and the game developer will suffer from this and most people who first download the game and buy it later usually don t buy the game afterwards Reply Palma says August 7 2014 at 10 39 am you will always have pirates but the fault here are the game publishers and the game distribution platforms like origin and uplay that dont work half the time EA and ubisoft should drop fix their sh t before they start to pour money into big name games Reply Felix says August 7 2014 at 11 42 am ubisoft has to drop uplay and just join steam like all other rational companies i have some ubisoft games in my steam account and opening multiple launchers is just stupid Reply Palma says August 7 2014 at 4 34 pm I don t want to say that game publishers are stupid but they are stubbern and the chance of that happening is slim Reply pirate king says August 7 2014 at 10 20 pm Until they get their act together we will continue pirating Reply Levi says August 7 2014 at 10 52 pm even after they get their act together people will continue to pirate people are greedy on both sides of the coin Reply Mark Soul says August 10 2014 at 3 47 pm the pirates will kill the industry at this rate if the publishers will give their games away for free we will be stuck with bad games just like what is happening right now on the smartphones without the big money you can t have big games Reply Levi says August 10 2014 at 6 52 pm that s not true game developers can go to crowd funding check out the new divinity and upcoming wasteland these are games that were funded with kickstarter and they look great Reply zero says August 11 2014 at 12 05 am Divinity was only partially funded by kickstarter the game ran out of funds towards the end and they went on kickstarter to get help from the fans But Wasteland 2 is entirly crowd funded i ve played the beta and there were some problems but so far the game looks great Reply Mark Soul says August 11 2014 at 11 12 am crowd funding will never be enough without the backing of big publishers developers won t have the drive to develope at least a wide majority of them it all comes down to a stable income of money for the project Reply zero says August 11 2014 at 4 01 pm That is the main reason for all the troubles in the industry the big money games are a much bigger risk to both developers and publishers that s why they use the DRM systems to secure their games The same does not happen with indie games Reply Mark Soul says August 11 2014 at 6 16 pm You can t compare indie games to the big games indie games are usually shorter and don t offer much in graphics and multiplayer Reply zero says August 11 2014 at 9 55 pm it s because indie is still in its infancy already you have indie games that have longer story play and multiplayer and even good graphics give it a couple of years and the indie market will develope itself and it might even take on the mainstream big budget games Reply Levi says August 12 2014 at 1 17 pm the developing tools are becoming more accessible and marketing a game on the web is not a hard thing to do espacially if your game is good in a couple of years indie games will take a big chunk of the market Steam already recognizes that that s why it is the main platform for indie games distribution Reply Mark Soul says August 12 2014 at 4 38 pm i guess that s why everybody in the gaming industry is afraid of indie games if what you say is true than in a couple of years the industry will crumble because of them Reply pirate king says August 13 2014 at 3 21 am the industry will get what it deserves when they started releasing broken games for 60 and crap DLC s to grab more money they began their downward sipral drop that is what you get for getting greedy Reply Mark Soul says August 13 2014 at 7 13 am not all big gaming compenies are evil money grabbing corporations some companies take the time and effort into making good games 2K are a great company that takes risks but delivers great games most of the time not everybody are EA Reply pirate king says August 13

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    the developers brought this on themselves Reply Levi says July 28 2014 at 1 30 pm if the publishers won t drop the DRM they will slowly die out but they can t just give games away for free people are a holes and i doubt someone will be generous enough to pay or donate for games so there has to be some balance between the two Reply Palma says August 6 2014 at 7 03 pm hopefully the DRM will die out after Ubisoft s Uplay problems and the Sim City scandal game publishers will stop messing around with rediculous anti piracy systems Reply pirate king says August 6 2014 at 7 47 pm game publishers wont learn sh t from uplay and simcity they will continue with their foolish ways the only way to battle this is to download the games from torrent sites play them and if you like them and feel that they are worthy the 60 price than you can buy them Reply Levi says August 6 2014 at 8 04 pm but that is a big part of the problem most game publishers rely on per orders and launch events if people download the game at first and buy it later it will hurt the sales and the game developer will suffer from this and most people who first download the game and buy it later usually don t buy the game afterwards Reply Palma says August 7 2014 at 10 39 am you will always have pirates but the fault here are the game publishers and the game distribution platforms like origin and uplay that dont work half the time EA and ubisoft should drop fix their sh t before they start to pour money into big name games Reply Felix says August 7 2014 at 11 42 am ubisoft has to drop uplay and just join steam like all other rational companies i have some ubisoft games in my steam account and opening multiple launchers is just stupid Reply Palma says August 7 2014 at 4 34 pm I don t want to say that game publishers are stupid but they are stubbern and the chance of that happening is slim Reply pirate king says August 7 2014 at 10 20 pm Until they get their act together we will continue pirating Reply Levi says August 7 2014 at 10 52 pm even after they get their act together people will continue to pirate people are greedy on both sides of the coin Reply Mark Soul says August 10 2014 at 3 47 pm the pirates will kill the industry at this rate if the publishers will give their games away for free we will be stuck with bad games just like what is happening right now on the smartphones without the big money you can t have big games Reply Levi says August 10 2014 at 6 52 pm that s not true game developers can go to crowd funding check out the new divinity and upcoming wasteland these are games that were funded with kickstarter and they look great Reply zero says August 11 2014 at 12 05 am Divinity was only partially funded by kickstarter the game ran out of funds towards the end and they went on kickstarter to get help from the fans But Wasteland 2 is entirly crowd funded i ve played the beta and there were some problems but so far the game looks great Reply Mark Soul says August 11 2014 at 11 12 am crowd funding will never be enough without the backing of big publishers developers won t have the drive to develope at least a wide majority of them it all comes down to a stable income of money for the project Reply zero says August 11 2014 at 4 01 pm That is the main reason for all the troubles in the industry the big money games are a much bigger risk to both developers and publishers that s why they use the DRM systems to secure their games The same does not happen with indie games Reply Mark Soul says August 11 2014 at 6 16 pm You can t compare indie games to the big games indie games are usually shorter and don t offer much in graphics and multiplayer Reply zero says August 11 2014 at 9 55 pm it s because indie is still in its infancy already you have indie games that have longer story play and multiplayer and even good graphics give it a couple of years and the indie market will develope itself and it might even take on the mainstream big budget games Reply Levi says August 12 2014 at 1 17 pm the developing tools are becoming more accessible and marketing a game on the web is not a hard thing to do espacially if your game is good in a couple of years indie games will take a big chunk of the market Steam already recognizes that that s why it is the main platform for indie games distribution Reply Mark Soul says August 12 2014 at 4 38 pm i guess that s why everybody in the gaming industry is afraid of indie games if what you say is true than in a couple of years the industry will crumble because of them Reply pirate king says August 13 2014 at 3 21 am the industry will get what it deserves when they started releasing broken games for 60 and crap DLC s to grab more money they began their downward sipral drop that is what you get for getting greedy Reply Mark Soul says August 13 2014 at 7 13 am not all big gaming compenies are evil money grabbing corporations some companies take the time and effort into making good games 2K are a great company that takes risks but delivers great games most of the time not everybody are EA Reply pirate king says August 13

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    developers brought this on themselves Reply Levi says July 28 2014 at 1 30 pm if the publishers won t drop the DRM they will slowly die out but they can t just give games away for free people are a holes and i doubt someone will be generous enough to pay or donate for games so there has to be some balance between the two Reply Palma says August 6 2014 at 7 03 pm hopefully the DRM will die out after Ubisoft s Uplay problems and the Sim City scandal game publishers will stop messing around with rediculous anti piracy systems Reply pirate king says August 6 2014 at 7 47 pm game publishers wont learn sh t from uplay and simcity they will continue with their foolish ways the only way to battle this is to download the games from torrent sites play them and if you like them and feel that they are worthy the 60 price than you can buy them Reply Levi says August 6 2014 at 8 04 pm but that is a big part of the problem most game publishers rely on per orders and launch events if people download the game at first and buy it later it will hurt the sales and the game developer will suffer from this and most people who first download the game and buy it later usually don t buy the game afterwards Reply Palma says August 7 2014 at 10 39 am you will always have pirates but the fault here are the game publishers and the game distribution platforms like origin and uplay that dont work half the time EA and ubisoft should drop fix their sh t before they start to pour money into big name games Reply Felix says August 7 2014 at 11 42 am ubisoft has to drop uplay and just join steam like all other rational companies i have some ubisoft games in my steam account and opening multiple launchers is just stupid Reply Palma says August 7 2014 at 4 34 pm I don t want to say that game publishers are stupid but they are stubbern and the chance of that happening is slim Reply pirate king says August 7 2014 at 10 20 pm Until they get their act together we will continue pirating Reply Levi says August 7 2014 at 10 52 pm even after they get their act together people will continue to pirate people are greedy on both sides of the coin Reply Mark Soul says August 10 2014 at 3 47 pm the pirates will kill the industry at this rate if the publishers will give their games away for free we will be stuck with bad games just like what is happening right now on the smartphones without the big money you can t have big games Reply Levi says August 10 2014 at 6 52 pm that s not true game developers can go to crowd funding check out the new divinity and upcoming wasteland these are games that were funded with kickstarter and they look great Reply zero says August 11 2014 at 12 05 am Divinity was only partially funded by kickstarter the game ran out of funds towards the end and they went on kickstarter to get help from the fans But Wasteland 2 is entirly crowd funded i ve played the beta and there were some problems but so far the game looks great Reply Mark Soul says August 11 2014 at 11 12 am crowd funding will never be enough without the backing of big publishers developers won t have the drive to develope at least a wide majority of them it all comes down to a stable income of money for the project Reply zero says August 11 2014 at 4 01 pm That is the main reason for all the troubles in the industry the big money games are a much bigger risk to both developers and publishers that s why they use the DRM systems to secure their games The same does not happen with indie games Reply Mark Soul says August 11 2014 at 6 16 pm You can t compare indie games to the big games indie games are usually shorter and don t offer much in graphics and multiplayer Reply zero says August 11 2014 at 9 55 pm it s because indie is still in its infancy already you have indie games that have longer story play and multiplayer and even good graphics give it a couple of years and the indie market will develope itself and it might even take on the mainstream big budget games Reply Levi says August 12 2014 at 1 17 pm the developing tools are becoming more accessible and marketing a game on the web is not a hard thing to do espacially if your game is good in a couple of years indie games will take a big chunk of the market Steam already recognizes that that s why it is the main platform for indie games distribution Reply Mark Soul says August 12 2014 at 4 38 pm i guess that s why everybody in the gaming industry is afraid of indie games if what you say is true than in a couple of years the industry will crumble because of them Reply pirate king says August 13 2014 at 3 21 am the industry will get what it deserves when they started releasing broken games for 60 and crap DLC s to grab more money they began their downward sipral drop that is what you get for getting greedy Reply Mark Soul says August 13 2014 at 7 13 am not all big gaming compenies are evil money grabbing corporations some companies take the time and effort into making good games 2K are a great company that takes risks but delivers great games most of the time not everybody are EA Reply pirate king says August 13 2014

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    the developers brought this on themselves Reply Levi says July 28 2014 at 1 30 pm if the publishers won t drop the DRM they will slowly die out but they can t just give games away for free people are a holes and i doubt someone will be generous enough to pay or donate for games so there has to be some balance between the two Reply Palma says August 6 2014 at 7 03 pm hopefully the DRM will die out after Ubisoft s Uplay problems and the Sim City scandal game publishers will stop messing around with rediculous anti piracy systems Reply pirate king says August 6 2014 at 7 47 pm game publishers wont learn sh t from uplay and simcity they will continue with their foolish ways the only way to battle this is to download the games from torrent sites play them and if you like them and feel that they are worthy the 60 price than you can buy them Reply Levi says August 6 2014 at 8 04 pm but that is a big part of the problem most game publishers rely on per orders and launch events if people download the game at first and buy it later it will hurt the sales and the game developer will suffer from this and most people who first download the game and buy it later usually don t buy the game afterwards Reply Palma says August 7 2014 at 10 39 am you will always have pirates but the fault here are the game publishers and the game distribution platforms like origin and uplay that dont work half the time EA and ubisoft should drop fix their sh t before they start to pour money into big name games Reply Felix says August 7 2014 at 11 42 am ubisoft has to drop uplay and just join steam like all other rational companies i have some ubisoft games in my steam account and opening multiple launchers is just stupid Reply Palma says August 7 2014 at 4 34 pm I don t want to say that game publishers are stupid but they are stubbern and the chance of that happening is slim Reply pirate king says August 7 2014 at 10 20 pm Until they get their act together we will continue pirating Reply Levi says August 7 2014 at 10 52 pm even after they get their act together people will continue to pirate people are greedy on both sides of the coin Reply Mark Soul says August 10 2014 at 3 47 pm the pirates will kill the industry at this rate if the publishers will give their games away for free we will be stuck with bad games just like what is happening right now on the smartphones without the big money you can t have big games Reply Levi says August 10 2014 at 6 52 pm that s not true game developers can go to crowd funding check out the new divinity and upcoming wasteland these are games that were funded with kickstarter and they look great Reply zero says August 11 2014 at 12 05 am Divinity was only partially funded by kickstarter the game ran out of funds towards the end and they went on kickstarter to get help from the fans But Wasteland 2 is entirly crowd funded i ve played the beta and there were some problems but so far the game looks great Reply Mark Soul says August 11 2014 at 11 12 am crowd funding will never be enough without the backing of big publishers developers won t have the drive to develope at least a wide majority of them it all comes down to a stable income of money for the project Reply zero says August 11 2014 at 4 01 pm That is the main reason for all the troubles in the industry the big money games are a much bigger risk to both developers and publishers that s why they use the DRM systems to secure their games The same does not happen with indie games Reply Mark Soul says August 11 2014 at 6 16 pm You can t compare indie games to the big games indie games are usually shorter and don t offer much in graphics and multiplayer Reply zero says August 11 2014 at 9 55 pm it s because indie is still in its infancy already you have indie games that have longer story play and multiplayer and even good graphics give it a couple of years and the indie market will develope itself and it might even take on the mainstream big budget games Reply Levi says August 12 2014 at 1 17 pm the developing tools are becoming more accessible and marketing a game on the web is not a hard thing to do espacially if your game is good in a couple of years indie games will take a big chunk of the market Steam already recognizes that that s why it is the main platform for indie games distribution Reply Mark Soul says August 12 2014 at 4 38 pm i guess that s why everybody in the gaming industry is afraid of indie games if what you say is true than in a couple of years the industry will crumble because of them Reply pirate king says August 13 2014 at 3 21 am the industry will get what it deserves when they started releasing broken games for 60 and crap DLC s to grab more money they began their downward sipral drop that is what you get for getting greedy Reply Mark Soul says August 13 2014 at 7 13 am not all big gaming compenies are evil money grabbing corporations some companies take the time and effort into making good games 2K are a great company that takes risks but delivers great games most of the time not everybody are EA Reply pirate king says August 13

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    the developers brought this on themselves Reply Levi says July 28 2014 at 1 30 pm if the publishers won t drop the DRM they will slowly die out but they can t just give games away for free people are a holes and i doubt someone will be generous enough to pay or donate for games so there has to be some balance between the two Reply Palma says August 6 2014 at 7 03 pm hopefully the DRM will die out after Ubisoft s Uplay problems and the Sim City scandal game publishers will stop messing around with rediculous anti piracy systems Reply pirate king says August 6 2014 at 7 47 pm game publishers wont learn sh t from uplay and simcity they will continue with their foolish ways the only way to battle this is to download the games from torrent sites play them and if you like them and feel that they are worthy the 60 price than you can buy them Reply Levi says August 6 2014 at 8 04 pm but that is a big part of the problem most game publishers rely on per orders and launch events if people download the game at first and buy it later it will hurt the sales and the game developer will suffer from this and most people who first download the game and buy it later usually don t buy the game afterwards Reply Palma says August 7 2014 at 10 39 am you will always have pirates but the fault here are the game publishers and the game distribution platforms like origin and uplay that dont work half the time EA and ubisoft should drop fix their sh t before they start to pour money into big name games Reply Felix says August 7 2014 at 11 42 am ubisoft has to drop uplay and just join steam like all other rational companies i have some ubisoft games in my steam account and opening multiple launchers is just stupid Reply Palma says August 7 2014 at 4 34 pm I don t want to say that game publishers are stupid but they are stubbern and the chance of that happening is slim Reply pirate king says August 7 2014 at 10 20 pm Until they get their act together we will continue pirating Reply Levi says August 7 2014 at 10 52 pm even after they get their act together people will continue to pirate people are greedy on both sides of the coin Reply Mark Soul says August 10 2014 at 3 47 pm the pirates will kill the industry at this rate if the publishers will give their games away for free we will be stuck with bad games just like what is happening right now on the smartphones without the big money you can t have big games Reply Levi says August 10 2014 at 6 52 pm that s not true game developers can go to crowd funding check out the new divinity and upcoming wasteland these are games that were funded with kickstarter and they look great Reply zero says August 11 2014 at 12 05 am Divinity was only partially funded by kickstarter the game ran out of funds towards the end and they went on kickstarter to get help from the fans But Wasteland 2 is entirly crowd funded i ve played the beta and there were some problems but so far the game looks great Reply Mark Soul says August 11 2014 at 11 12 am crowd funding will never be enough without the backing of big publishers developers won t have the drive to develope at least a wide majority of them it all comes down to a stable income of money for the project Reply zero says August 11 2014 at 4 01 pm That is the main reason for all the troubles in the industry the big money games are a much bigger risk to both developers and publishers that s why they use the DRM systems to secure their games The same does not happen with indie games Reply Mark Soul says August 11 2014 at 6 16 pm You can t compare indie games to the big games indie games are usually shorter and don t offer much in graphics and multiplayer Reply zero says August 11 2014 at 9 55 pm it s because indie is still in its infancy already you have indie games that have longer story play and multiplayer and even good graphics give it a couple of years and the indie market will develope itself and it might even take on the mainstream big budget games Reply Levi says August 12 2014 at 1 17 pm the developing tools are becoming more accessible and marketing a game on the web is not a hard thing to do espacially if your game is good in a couple of years indie games will take a big chunk of the market Steam already recognizes that that s why it is the main platform for indie games distribution Reply Mark Soul says August 12 2014 at 4 38 pm i guess that s why everybody in the gaming industry is afraid of indie games if what you say is true than in a couple of years the industry will crumble because of them Reply pirate king says August 13 2014 at 3 21 am the industry will get what it deserves when they started releasing broken games for 60 and crap DLC s to grab more money they began their downward sipral drop that is what you get for getting greedy Reply Mark Soul says August 13 2014 at 7 13 am not all big gaming compenies are evil money grabbing corporations some companies take the time and effort into making good games 2K are a great company that takes risks but delivers great games most of the time not everybody are EA Reply pirate king says August 13

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    the developers brought this on themselves Reply Levi says July 28 2014 at 1 30 pm if the publishers won t drop the DRM they will slowly die out but they can t just give games away for free people are a holes and i doubt someone will be generous enough to pay or donate for games so there has to be some balance between the two Reply Palma says August 6 2014 at 7 03 pm hopefully the DRM will die out after Ubisoft s Uplay problems and the Sim City scandal game publishers will stop messing around with rediculous anti piracy systems Reply pirate king says August 6 2014 at 7 47 pm game publishers wont learn sh t from uplay and simcity they will continue with their foolish ways the only way to battle this is to download the games from torrent sites play them and if you like them and feel that they are worthy the 60 price than you can buy them Reply Levi says August 6 2014 at 8 04 pm but that is a big part of the problem most game publishers rely on per orders and launch events if people download the game at first and buy it later it will hurt the sales and the game developer will suffer from this and most people who first download the game and buy it later usually don t buy the game afterwards Reply Palma says August 7 2014 at 10 39 am you will always have pirates but the fault here are the game publishers and the game distribution platforms like origin and uplay that dont work half the time EA and ubisoft should drop fix their sh t before they start to pour money into big name games Reply Felix says August 7 2014 at 11 42 am ubisoft has to drop uplay and just join steam like all other rational companies i have some ubisoft games in my steam account and opening multiple launchers is just stupid Reply Palma says August 7 2014 at 4 34 pm I don t want to say that game publishers are stupid but they are stubbern and the chance of that happening is slim Reply pirate king says August 7 2014 at 10 20 pm Until they get their act together we will continue pirating Reply Levi says August 7 2014 at 10 52 pm even after they get their act together people will continue to pirate people are greedy on both sides of the coin Reply Mark Soul says August 10 2014 at 3 47 pm the pirates will kill the industry at this rate if the publishers will give their games away for free we will be stuck with bad games just like what is happening right now on the smartphones without the big money you can t have big games Reply Levi says August 10 2014 at 6 52 pm that s not true game developers can go to crowd funding check out the new divinity and upcoming wasteland these are games that were funded with kickstarter and they look great Reply zero says August 11 2014 at 12 05 am Divinity was only partially funded by kickstarter the game ran out of funds towards the end and they went on kickstarter to get help from the fans But Wasteland 2 is entirly crowd funded i ve played the beta and there were some problems but so far the game looks great Reply Mark Soul says August 11 2014 at 11 12 am crowd funding will never be enough without the backing of big publishers developers won t have the drive to develope at least a wide majority of them it all comes down to a stable income of money for the project Reply zero says August 11 2014 at 4 01 pm That is the main reason for all the troubles in the industry the big money games are a much bigger risk to both developers and publishers that s why they use the DRM systems to secure their games The same does not happen with indie games Reply Mark Soul says August 11 2014 at 6 16 pm You can t compare indie games to the big games indie games are usually shorter and don t offer much in graphics and multiplayer Reply zero says August 11 2014 at 9 55 pm it s because indie is still in its infancy already you have indie games that have longer story play and multiplayer and even good graphics give it a couple of years and the indie market will develope itself and it might even take on the mainstream big budget games Reply Levi says August 12 2014 at 1 17 pm the developing tools are becoming more accessible and marketing a game on the web is not a hard thing to do espacially if your game is good in a couple of years indie games will take a big chunk of the market Steam already recognizes that that s why it is the main platform for indie games distribution Reply Mark Soul says August 12 2014 at 4 38 pm i guess that s why everybody in the gaming industry is afraid of indie games if what you say is true than in a couple of years the industry will crumble because of them Reply pirate king says August 13 2014 at 3 21 am the industry will get what it deserves when they started releasing broken games for 60 and crap DLC s to grab more money they began their downward sipral drop that is what you get for getting greedy Reply Mark Soul says August 13 2014 at 7 13 am not all big gaming compenies are evil money grabbing corporations some companies take the time and effort into making good games 2K are a great company that takes risks but delivers great games most of the time not everybody are EA Reply pirate king says August 13

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    the developers brought this on themselves Reply Levi says July 28 2014 at 1 30 pm if the publishers won t drop the DRM they will slowly die out but they can t just give games away for free people are a holes and i doubt someone will be generous enough to pay or donate for games so there has to be some balance between the two Reply Palma says August 6 2014 at 7 03 pm hopefully the DRM will die out after Ubisoft s Uplay problems and the Sim City scandal game publishers will stop messing around with rediculous anti piracy systems Reply pirate king says August 6 2014 at 7 47 pm game publishers wont learn sh t from uplay and simcity they will continue with their foolish ways the only way to battle this is to download the games from torrent sites play them and if you like them and feel that they are worthy the 60 price than you can buy them Reply Levi says August 6 2014 at 8 04 pm but that is a big part of the problem most game publishers rely on per orders and launch events if people download the game at first and buy it later it will hurt the sales and the game developer will suffer from this and most people who first download the game and buy it later usually don t buy the game afterwards Reply Palma says August 7 2014 at 10 39 am you will always have pirates but the fault here are the game publishers and the game distribution platforms like origin and uplay that dont work half the time EA and ubisoft should drop fix their sh t before they start to pour money into big name games Reply Felix says August 7 2014 at 11 42 am ubisoft has to drop uplay and just join steam like all other rational companies i have some ubisoft games in my steam account and opening multiple launchers is just stupid Reply Palma says August 7 2014 at 4 34 pm I don t want to say that game publishers are stupid but they are stubbern and the chance of that happening is slim Reply pirate king says August 7 2014 at 10 20 pm Until they get their act together we will continue pirating Reply Levi says August 7 2014 at 10 52 pm even after they get their act together people will continue to pirate people are greedy on both sides of the coin Reply Mark Soul says August 10 2014 at 3 47 pm the pirates will kill the industry at this rate if the publishers will give their games away for free we will be stuck with bad games just like what is happening right now on the smartphones without the big money you can t have big games Reply Levi says August 10 2014 at 6 52 pm that s not true game developers can go to crowd funding check out the new divinity and upcoming wasteland these are games that were funded with kickstarter and they look great Reply zero says August 11 2014 at 12 05 am Divinity was only partially funded by kickstarter the game ran out of funds towards the end and they went on kickstarter to get help from the fans But Wasteland 2 is entirly crowd funded i ve played the beta and there were some problems but so far the game looks great Reply Mark Soul says August 11 2014 at 11 12 am crowd funding will never be enough without the backing of big publishers developers won t have the drive to develope at least a wide majority of them it all comes down to a stable income of money for the project Reply zero says August 11 2014 at 4 01 pm That is the main reason for all the troubles in the industry the big money games are a much bigger risk to both developers and publishers that s why they use the DRM systems to secure their games The same does not happen with indie games Reply Mark Soul says August 11 2014 at 6 16 pm You can t compare indie games to the big games indie games are usually shorter and don t offer much in graphics and multiplayer Reply zero says August 11 2014 at 9 55 pm it s because indie is still in its infancy already you have indie games that have longer story play and multiplayer and even good graphics give it a couple of years and the indie market will develope itself and it might even take on the mainstream big budget games Reply Levi says August 12 2014 at 1 17 pm the developing tools are becoming more accessible and marketing a game on the web is not a hard thing to do espacially if your game is good in a couple of years indie games will take a big chunk of the market Steam already recognizes that that s why it is the main platform for indie games distribution Reply Mark Soul says August 12 2014 at 4 38 pm i guess that s why everybody in the gaming industry is afraid of indie games if what you say is true than in a couple of years the industry will crumble because of them Reply pirate king says August 13 2014 at 3 21 am the industry will get what it deserves when they started releasing broken games for 60 and crap DLC s to grab more money they began their downward sipral drop that is what you get for getting greedy Reply Mark Soul says August 13 2014 at 7 13 am not all big gaming compenies are evil money grabbing corporations some companies take the time and effort into making good games 2K are a great company that takes risks but delivers great games most of the time not everybody are EA Reply pirate king says August 13

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    developers brought this on themselves Reply Levi says July 28 2014 at 1 30 pm if the publishers won t drop the DRM they will slowly die out but they can t just give games away for free people are a holes and i doubt someone will be generous enough to pay or donate for games so there has to be some balance between the two Reply Palma says August 6 2014 at 7 03 pm hopefully the DRM will die out after Ubisoft s Uplay problems and the Sim City scandal game publishers will stop messing around with rediculous anti piracy systems Reply pirate king says August 6 2014 at 7 47 pm game publishers wont learn sh t from uplay and simcity they will continue with their foolish ways the only way to battle this is to download the games from torrent sites play them and if you like them and feel that they are worthy the 60 price than you can buy them Reply Levi says August 6 2014 at 8 04 pm but that is a big part of the problem most game publishers rely on per orders and launch events if people download the game at first and buy it later it will hurt the sales and the game developer will suffer from this and most people who first download the game and buy it later usually don t buy the game afterwards Reply Palma says August 7 2014 at 10 39 am you will always have pirates but the fault here are the game publishers and the game distribution platforms like origin and uplay that dont work half the time EA and ubisoft should drop fix their sh t before they start to pour money into big name games Reply Felix says August 7 2014 at 11 42 am ubisoft has to drop uplay and just join steam like all other rational companies i have some ubisoft games in my steam account and opening multiple launchers is just stupid Reply Palma says August 7 2014 at 4 34 pm I don t want to say that game publishers are stupid but they are stubbern and the chance of that happening is slim Reply pirate king says August 7 2014 at 10 20 pm Until they get their act together we will continue pirating Reply Levi says August 7 2014 at 10 52 pm even after they get their act together people will continue to pirate people are greedy on both sides of the coin Reply Mark Soul says August 10 2014 at 3 47 pm the pirates will kill the industry at this rate if the publishers will give their games away for free we will be stuck with bad games just like what is happening right now on the smartphones without the big money you can t have big games Reply Levi says August 10 2014 at 6 52 pm that s not true game developers can go to crowd funding check out the new divinity and upcoming wasteland these are games that were funded with kickstarter and they look great Reply zero says August 11 2014 at 12 05 am Divinity was only partially funded by kickstarter the game ran out of funds towards the end and they went on kickstarter to get help from the fans But Wasteland 2 is entirly crowd funded i ve played the beta and there were some problems but so far the game looks great Reply Mark Soul says August 11 2014 at 11 12 am crowd funding will never be enough without the backing of big publishers developers won t have the drive to develope at least a wide majority of them it all comes down to a stable income of money for the project Reply zero says August 11 2014 at 4 01 pm That is the main reason for all the troubles in the industry the big money games are a much bigger risk to both developers and publishers that s why they use the DRM systems to secure their games The same does not happen with indie games Reply Mark Soul says August 11 2014 at 6 16 pm You can t compare indie games to the big games indie games are usually shorter and don t offer much in graphics and multiplayer Reply zero says August 11 2014 at 9 55 pm it s because indie is still in its infancy already you have indie games that have longer story play and multiplayer and even good graphics give it a couple of years and the indie market will develope itself and it might even take on the mainstream big budget games Reply Levi says August 12 2014 at 1 17 pm the developing tools are becoming more accessible and marketing a game on the web is not a hard thing to do espacially if your game is good in a couple of years indie games will take a big chunk of the market Steam already recognizes that that s why it is the main platform for indie games distribution Reply Mark Soul says August 12 2014 at 4 38 pm i guess that s why everybody in the gaming industry is afraid of indie games if what you say is true than in a couple of years the industry will crumble because of them Reply pirate king says August 13 2014 at 3 21 am the industry will get what it deserves when they started releasing broken games for 60 and crap DLC s to grab more money they began their downward sipral drop that is what you get for getting greedy Reply Mark Soul says August 13 2014 at 7 13 am not all big gaming compenies are evil money grabbing corporations some companies take the time and effort into making good games 2K are a great company that takes risks but delivers great games most of the time not everybody are EA Reply pirate king says August 13 2014

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