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Submitted by Gekko 803d ago | news

Indie Uses Piracy To Promote Steam Greenlight Game

Craig Chapple: ''An indie developer has chosen to advocate piracy by offering free codes and posting on a torrent site in support of illegal file-sharing.

In a post on Reddit, Sean Hogan said that piracy was inevtaible and that it was better to embrace it, and asked anyone one who downloaded the action-adventure RPG Anodyne to upvote it on Steam Greenlight.'' (Anodyne, Indie, PC, Sean Hogan)

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