@Ladiesman17 Because of piracy? LOLTalk about misinformed or selective information.You sound exactly like gaming industry representatives, blame piracy, when your product stinks or company itself is crap.Fact is quite the opposite actually. Someone here posted about it actually, stating that studies have shown piracy actually does the opposite. People who pirated a game have liked it so much they have went and bought it, whereas otherwise would had just ignored the game altogether. In the first instance the company has made a sale, simply because someone "tested" the game first and on the second instance, they didn't lose anything, because there was nothing to be gained in the first place.Piracy has been made into a huge scapegoat, which can and will be used in every situation possible to blame, when something doesn't go right, e.g. sales not quite what was expected.Plus, and I do keep repeating myself, anti-piracy always hurts the paying customer only, thus have turned quite a few to use pirated products, if only as a protest.Get your facts straight.