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Why do pirates act lole denuvo is the reasom they pirate

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User Info: Waytoodeep03

Waytoodeep03
2 months ago#1
Lets be honest They would pirate regardless.

Why are they saying they do it because of denuvo or some other drm?
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User Info: coolguy_23

coolguy_23
2 months ago#3
They pirate because it's easy and free nothing else.
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User Info: xEnraiyax

xEnraiyax
2 months ago#4
Some do for that very reason, but plenty because they are just to poor to afford what they are pirating. Does it anger you that someone got something for free and you paid for it or something? Those people weren't a sell to begin with, so the publishers/developers aren't out of any money from their kind because they didn't have the money to spend on non-necessities to begin with.
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User Info: disgruntledRIer

disgruntledRIer
2 months ago#5
candlefighter posted...
You can have multiple reasons to do something you know. They could pirate because of Denuvo and whatever else reason(s) they do.

This ^

User Info: dantedeschain13

dantedeschain13
2 months ago#6
xEnraiyax posted...
Some do for that very reason, but plenty because they are just to poor to afford what they are pirating. Does it anger you that someone got something for free and you paid for it or something? Those people weren't a sell to begin with, so the publishers/developers aren't out of any money from their kind because they didn't have the money to spend on non-necessities to begin with.


I think he's trying to say "why act like there is some noble reason when in reality you just wanted the game free?"
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User Info: Edavy89

Edavy89
2 months ago#7
Why do you ask such stupidly simple to answer questions?

User Info: jake-sf

jake-sf
2 months ago#8
Funny thing is, I haven't even bothered pirating a game with Denuvo so far, simply because the games aren't even worth pirating.
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User Info: Triple_Aitch

Triple_Aitch
2 months ago#9
Too poor is never a good excuse. If they have the hardware that can properly run the modern games they are usually pirating than it's clear they spent some money somewhere.

Also these games are not that expensive. And let's be serious not THAT many games come out that a person REALLY REALLY wants.

Save $10 every 2 weeks for 3 months = 4 brand new AAA games a year.

Also this is not taking into account Gifts for birthdays and holidays, Great Indie games (like Cuphead and Hellblade) being priced far below $60, CDKeys.com, Humble Bundle, Green Man Gaming, Free games given out on various platforms throughout the year (like Crazy Taxi right now), and the incredibly obvious Steam Sales.

Gaming is seriously one of the cheapest hobbies, compare it to something like snowboarding or golf.

Too poor... sure.

The worst is when people use publisher practices for justification of theft. I'm not telling people what to do, do what you will, just stop acting like it's somehow right or noble and in anyway justified.
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User Info: mariopaper

mariopaper
2 months ago#10
They want an excuse to pirate, makes them feel less like a s*** head. This doesn't apply for everyone but it definitely applies to some of them.
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