Submitted by fblan001 920d ago | opinion piece

New Study on Video Game Piracy – Farfetched doesn’t even come close.

Fernando Blanco From Electric Avenue said - "Video game makers have long maintained that piracy is a significant problem, and that the illegal downloading of their products represents a major threat to the industry. While it is agreed that illegal downloading is widespread, the data is inconclusive, and sometimes contradictory." (Piracy, Web)

SilentNegotiator  +   919d ago
So the anti-piracy stuff is to dominate real customers and sooth investors' worries?

Shocker. We didn't know this a mini-eternity ago at all.
evil_element  +   919d ago
Companies always like to keep a common enemy in the picture that so happenly happens to be the consumer with video game companies.
fatstarr  +   919d ago
lol exposed. now lets see the real piracy numbers.

If only CNN or the times or wsj published this article. more people would know.

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