Saints Row Creators Don’t Mind If You Want To Pirate Their Games…

Saints Row Creators Don’t Mind If You Want To Pirate Their Games…
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Volition, the team behind upcoming THQ games Saints Row: The Third and Red Faction: Armageddon, is still in the business of making their games for the PC, without worrying about the platform’s rampant piracy problems. “I don’t think [piracy]is something at the forefront for us,” Volition studio manager Eric Barker tells Eurogamer. “First and foremost, we want to make sure we’re making a game people would want to pirate.”

Is the PC dying as a video game platform? Or is it the future? “We definitely believe PC games are great and if they’re done right and done well by a studio, they’re phenomenal,” Barker says, touting the studio’s next Red Faction game as “beautiful” on PC hardware.

Volition: PC still worth investing in News [Eurogamer]

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    • Are you seriously implying that games released on Steam are unable to be pirated?

      Because they are like really easy.

      • but if steam finds a pirated game… they kill your account and you lose all of your games… thus it’s in your best interest not too… and perhaps ban you from the service.

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