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Uncharted Territory
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Re: Why You Should NOT Game Share

Aug 18, 2012
it encourages moochers and no body likes a moocher
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Re: Why You Should NOT Game Share

Aug 19, 2012

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You think you have been a good friend but what you have not considered is that you have cheated Activision (the makers of COD Black Ops) out of their rightful 60 bucks. Many of the peopkle who work on these games to make them an awesome success work extremely long hours. Some work with very little sleep and many work to the point of exhaustion to ensure the game is a hit and that a lot of people will buy it. With your one act, you have literally spat in the face of Activision and all the hard work it's employees put into making COD Black Ops the runaway hit it has become. Any game maker is in business to make a profit. That is no sin as many people would have you believe. It is the very essence of business. If a business is not profitable then it will collapse. That has been true since the dawn of business. Thats the best reason why game share is wrong. Thanks @jb_x105strike for the info:smileyhappy:

Only if you hate activision, this sounds like a great way to screw them over by game sharing their stuff, lol



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Re: Why You Should NOT Game Share

Aug 19, 2012

see you people dont get it. there is just one reason people realy game share. it's to save money on these over priced games. there is a reason why the console game industry is going down. when a game on a phone is $3 cheaper than on psn of course no one buys it and for those that do you gameshare it from them. psn was ment for people to game share. when it came out.

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Uncharted Territory
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Re: Why You Should NOT Game Share

Aug 20, 2012
LMFAO PSN was NEVER ment for people to game share hahahaha and gaming is a hobby not a right or a must but a hobby something to do on off time so if your to cheap to buy your own games then dont expect everyone to give you any games its called stealing no matter how hard you try to justify it and thats why sony is stopping you crooks... if you feel a game is over priced then dont buy it no one is forcing you to buy any game,,,, wait for it to get more in your price range then get it
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Re: Why You Should NOT Game Share

Aug 21, 2012
Only losers account share? What about people who work over time for psn?? I don't agree with game sharing but come on.
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Re: Why You Should NOT Game Share

Aug 27, 2012

xChrisGTRx wrote:
LMFAO PSN was NEVER ment for people to game share hahahaha and gaming is a hobby not a right or a must but a hobby something to do on off time so if your to cheap to buy your own games then dont expect everyone to give you any games its called stealing no matter how hard you try to justify it and thats why sony is stopping you crooks... if you feel a game is over priced then dont buy it no one is forcing you to buy any game,,,, wait for it to get more in your price range then get it

lol...sony or more specifically jack tretton pretty much coined the phrase, "game sharing" at one of the ps3's first e3's.  It was listed as a feature so you could play your psn games at friends houses without lugging around your ps3.  Of course, everybody abused it, so dissinformation spread and now it's illegal (not really but everyone thinks it is).  Quit spreading lies.

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Keyblade Wielder
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Re: Why You Should NOT Game Share

Aug 28, 2012
Secure yourself putting a credit card on file. If someone does login to another PS3 using your info and try to activate it will ask for CC info. Without this info you can't activate PSN name on that PS3. Boom. Protected.
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Sep 18, 2012

No, people don't game share to save money. People game share because at their core they just don't care who they inconvenience as long as it's not themselves or people close to them. I'd love to know who appointed you director of what is a fair price to pay for games. What is a fair price in your opinion? 50% off the current cost? 75% off? At the core of your rude and arrogant statement is just a person who wants to whine. If you don't think the price is worth it then don't buy it and spare us having to listen to you whine. I guarantee you that there are lots more people who will gladly pay to buy the games they love and in doing so support the studios that make them.

 

Btw, the fact that you are comparing a game on a smart phone to a game on a console is ABSOLUTELY LAUGHABLE. I won't even elaborate on how ignorant that statement is.

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Splicer
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Sep 18, 2012
That feature is only intended to protect billing information from being stolen. You can still associate the account with the ps3 by choosing to erase the billing information but all the games purchased on that account will still be in the download list. Maybe you should know what you are talking about before you talk like you are an expert. Activation with a psn account occurs when you go to System Activation and activate manually or when you download a movie or game. It has nothing to do with billing information.
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Splicer
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Re: Why You Should NOT Game Share

Sep 18, 2012

There has never been any game sharing feature on the PS3 at any point in time. Obviously you are confusing it with the game share feature on the PSP which is worlds aparts from what we are talking about here. The game data that is shared through that feature is also deleted when the PSP is turned off.

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