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@DaveMcGrath@AlexanderHel Did you read the description? They quite clearly state it's German.
3 years ago on Board James: Doggie Doo
The hell did i just watch?
3 years ago on Munky Cheez: Episode 1 (2004)
My reasons for pirating come down pretty much entirely to 1 thing: Availability.
If i find myself enjoying a TV show, i will usually try to get it on DVD, but if i can't get it on DVD in my country, what am i supposed to do? Order it in from another country, so that i have a DVD which i need to buy an expensive player to watch?I admit i used to pirate games a fair bit, but then Steam comes along, gives me a massive library of games, they release at the same time everywhere, they're cheaper than stores here (for the most part) and best of all, it's so easy. Why is there not a program just like Steam, but for TV shows. Before you say it, i am aware of programs like Netflix, and that iTunes has some TV shows available for purchase, but this is only available in a few select countries.I would happily pay $1.50 an episode for Destination Truth for example, a show that i cannot get in this country at all.----ATTENTION ALL GOVERNMENTS OF THE WORLD----
You will NEVER stop piracy. It cannot be done.You could pass a law that allows you to behead a person on SUSPICION of piracy, people will STILL do it.The ONLY way to reduce it, is to attack the main causes of piracy.1: Availability. Distribution costs next to nothing, internet distribution even less. stop being stingy fucks, and let everyone in the world buy your stuff. Steam has proven this can be done with an enormous level of success.2: The anti-piracy measures themselves. You let a person buy a game/movie/music cd, but you don't let them return it, if they hate it, they're out however much it cost, and stuck with the crappy purchase to boot. If people were allowed to return things, less people would have the mentality "i'l pirate it, because if i hate it, at least i haven't wasted any money"3: Most important of all, get people who actually know a thing or 2 about computers to write these bills, rather than people who would likely spend an hour trying to figure out how to turn the machine on without help.
3 years ago on SOPA and Protect IP
This bill will affect the whole world. It shouldn't be just US citizens who are allowed to vote.
3 years, 1 month ago on SOPA and Protect IP
One that wasn't mentioned here that i've known for some time is if you shoot a helicopter in the right place (easiest i find with the colt python) it will give the sound effect, and drop down a little as though you had shot a tyre.
3 years, 1 month ago on Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Glitches (PS2)
@theshirtpocket That's the one, thank you for that, i appreciate it.
3 years, 2 months ago on Inspector Gadget Review Part 1
Hey guys, i'm trying to find the name of an old cartoon, i remember very little about it, but i did enjoy it when i was about 8. It was sci-fi-ish, and i most distinctly remember at their base they had a bunch of robot heads on shelves, including a pink one that had a REALLY strained laugh, which it did pretty much every time it talked.
@CalebNaquin You're certainly correct about tge Wii U having a better GPU than the PS3 or 360, however i very much doubt that in 3-4 years when those next gen consoles release, that they'll settle for something "on-par" with the Wii U.
3 years, 2 months ago on The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword