Well that is just plain terrible.
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Gah, your sig confuses my brain D:
Training and real life are two entirely different things. You're in a controlled environment during training but adrenaline and panic may cause you to miss the robber and hit someone else or the wall instead, followed by the robber shooting back and possibly hitting you or somebody else. Unless you're in great danger right that second it's better to leave it to the professionals rather than to try and play hero. Then, there's the possibility of the police barging in while you're shooting, mistaking you for the robber, and taking you out too.ad1x2
Did we need a new thread about that article? There have been like 10000 posts about it? Here i was thinking "yay a piracy topic maybe it will be something new this time!" But ofc not its just a copy of the others :(KalDurenikSorry, I didn't know if anyone knew about it :lol Close it.
But thats the whole point: DRM is not that bad (only babies cry about it), it holds Piracy back for (hopefully) a few weeks, and boosts the sales that companies get, leading to them creating better games.
"Don't blindly support Steam. Valve will have no incentive to ... lower digital prices"
Blindly? Their sale prices are crazy good.
Seriously, why is this being brought up again. The answer is simple, remove all DRM. The games will be cracked and hacked anyway so why bother. Paying customers will rejoice. Second, add more online integration. The pirates can't go online so do something in that direction.Travis281