If you do read, congratulations. I found it extremely hard. And if you are reading this topic creator, please indent whenever you are making a paragraph. I thought that was taught in school. It was in the 90s. If not, now you know.
I don't game share, but I would still like to say that u r being very judgemental and quick to call it stealing. I don't steal but I would likevto say that taking something from your work and game sharing are very different. When u game share yeah u r cheating actovision out of 60 dollars but with a multibillion dollar company that profits millions a day between disc and PS store items, a gameshare a day will not brake them. Hell the CEO will still be able to afford there beach houses
Read those parts in bold and try and say that it isnt' stealing again. If you do I'll just call you a moron.
And no reason #2 makes no sense. Activision loses no money by you giving your extra copy to someone. You payed for those 5 copies of Black Ops so technically speaking, they already got your money and you're free to do what you want with them without hurting Activision.
Sony says don't do that because it's against their terms conditions and such. So yeah.. play nice.
Well you have some good points about not sharing with strangers and the potential people who want to steal my credit card information I understand that, although I disagree with some of the points you made about COD(you can PM me if you wanna discuss that further ) Anyway I have good friends and we game online regularly; Gran turismo 5, Borderlands2, R6V2, -- what if I wanted to share game saves on his PS3 and he wanted to share his on my PS3, even if we already have our own games can we share accounts or saves at that point? --
At one point i thought this was a great idea, mostly since i never read terms of agreement and second wondered how would Sony know, never actually had someone to do it with so never tried it but sounded good. Then i got older and got Steam, and bam thats how i figured they could prevent people from game sharing. not actually using steam but what steam does when you log on with a new pc or a pc that it doesnt recognize.