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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 775d ago | opinion piece

Lost Humanity 6: Killing Pirates

Eurogamer:

What if you can't afford a game?
What if a game that is being aggressively marketed to you and your friends is something that you can't actually afford to buy? What if you're a student with a s****y job? Or what if that thirty or forty quid has to feed your family for a fortnight? What then? Do you just do without? Do you sit outside in the cold while everyone shares in the latest "cultural event"? (Amiga, Culture, Demon's Souls, Dishonored, Galactic Civilizations II, Industry, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim)

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