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Submitted by bunnyformulax 902d ago | opinion piece

Black Ops 2 And Halo 4 Have Been Leaked, But Stealing Is Still Bad.

CheatCC writes - Whenever a new video game is about to hit the market, it's pretty safe to assume that a few clever little pirates will devise some new and exciting way to play the title a few days before its release. Last year, several copies of Modern Warfare 3 found their way into the open market, but Activision mobilized a slew of investigators to (literally) knock on their doors and kindly threaten them with a $5000 fine. I'm assuming that a fair amount of judgmental finger-waving was also involved, but this can neither be confirmed nor denied. (Culture)

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