Start/Select - Atari copycat culling, Crysis 2 'most pirated'

Seb brings you news of Atari cracking down on classic game knockoffs and the pirate's picks of 2011.

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In my opinion the problem is that there is WAY too many games available, so you end up creating an excess of demand. In other words, games are too cheap, and I'd suggest we are only paying 2/3's of what we should be and that is what is creating the excess. That may sound crazy, but the people who have the biggest appetite for games also happen to be the people with the lowest amount of disposable income.