And that is why you don't use public torrent sites. lol
People that pirate media on average spend 300% more on entertainment than their non pirating counter parts...soo who supports the industry more...?
Let's take a closer look at that study you're discussing, shall we? We have the worst 10% of offenders consuming 80% of pirated media. The top 20% of infringers consume 88% of all pirated material. These people are clearly consuming vast volumes of media...now we read a few paragraphs down
"The large majority (92% overall) of content consumed by the top 20% of infringers was pirated" Now yes, this top 20% of of infringers paid on average 3 times what the complete non-infrigners paid (168 vs 57 pounds), but given that 168 pounds accounted for 8% of the media they aquired, we can figure that the worst infringers didn't pay for over Â£1900 worth of media...IN SIX MONTHS
So yep, they pay more but it is in no way proportional to what they take.
Watch dogs Graphics is so bad on the pc lal. Ultra doesn't look any different than Saints Row 4
obviusly Ubisoft payed thispage to said this
You don't want to talk about how pirating games is wrong because it hurts the publishers? Good. I won't talk about how most games being published are shameless cash grabs that are released in a barely playable state, along with things like day one DLC and pre-order exclusive content. Then, despite the fact that their [censored]game barely runs, they release more dlc. So I'll stop pirating when the games industry stops making it a necessity
I try to win game keys from enthusiast sites. It doesn't always work out, so I buy some of them too.
I think that developers should be paid for their work, but they charge too much for each copy.
I can't afford some of the games that I want.
they still pay more. They clearly cannot afford what they consume but being able to consume more than they can afford probably maintains their interest in what they can pay for. Considering that their "taking" isn't actually taking and that their "taking" fuels demand in other areas (physical media, broadband internet, Harddrives, PCs), there is a clear benefit from a sensible standpoint.
I was just playing it and agree, the graphics, especially on cars and building are not much better than GTA San Andreas was. And GTA the cars drove a lot better.
Next time, don't pirate games and wait patiently, even though the whole mining issue could have been solved by disconnecting to the internet, still.
About the graphics, can't deny it's not exactly omg hyper realistic, but I think it's good enough, I mean how far do we want the graphics to go?
Nice scare article. Also nice of you to forget to mention how many CLEAN torrents there are available for the game that come from respected release groups.