What anger? I'm not angry, this ultimately doesn't effect me in any way other than the potential longer term ramifications to the industry as a whole. Or, it could maybe mean CDP's next game won't have any DRM free options. I just disagree that CDP should be in turn bullied by what were probably mostly people that never even bought the game.
Well, you sure write like you are angry, but apologies for the unintentional misrepresentation.
I don't consider my or anyone else's lobbying for more reasonable action rather than storm-trooping over pirates to be "bullying". And I do so not to protect pirates, but because I believe it is in CD Projekt's best interest.
Still doesn't change that they broke the law, stole or helped to distribute the software. Using "I was broke at the time" isn't an excuse.
Sure it's an excuse; it's just not a very good one. As PHJF has pointed out elsewhere, everyone breaks the law. EVERYONE
. Be it speeding, fudging just a little on your taxes, underage drinking, what have you. Doesn't make them the devil. Reasonable responses for minor infractions are always better.
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