Talos Principle Punishes Pirates

NeoGAF has word on a post that has since been deleted from the Steam forums for The Talos Principle, indicating the game has an interesting approach to piracy. According to the report, players using illegal copies of Croteam's first-person puzzle game will end up stuck in an elevator forever, which is not Croteam's first such effort at messing with stolen copies of their games. There's apparently even a QR code on the elevator wall with a hint about what's going on, but no word if they are sadistic enough to include Muzak. Thanks PCGamesN.
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ForgedReality wrote on Dec 29, 2014, 13:27:
Although, I'm not sure who would pirate this game. It wasn't even on my list of watched games. But I guess there are hoarders out there who pirate anything they can just because...
It was definitely on my watch list. I've got a lot of respect for Croteam from the Serious Sam games, and this one is doing pretty well in the reviews.

...Though with as cheap as games are these days, who still pirates?

...probably cheapskate hoarders. Regular hoarders like me just follow Steam sales
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