5 Anti-Piracy Strategies That Screwed Over Regular Gamers

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  1. InsaneNutter

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    well the only way of preventing a piracy is making a completely online game

    and making it free to play but in game purchase items :D

    man when i was kid there were so many quality single player games. i don't know if any comes out recently
     
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    Even on-line only games can be pirated, i know people have made private servers for World of Warcraft. Not sure how good the experience would be though.
     
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    The experience isn't good, it's the same as with the emulated diablo 3 server, it's buggy, drop rates are toootaly unexpected and worst of all, sometimes you wonder into an empty are, just because.
    The server reverse engineering takes a crapload of time thus the quality of early releases is "lacking", and a minor update can flip the table even on the already stable versions of emulators.
     

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