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Beyond: Two Souls Has Leaked To Torrents For PS3

Gaming Blend "A week before launch and Quantic Dream's new supernatural adventure thriller, Beyond: Two Souls, starring Ellen Page and Willem Dafoe has been leaked to torrents... all 25 gigabytes of it."

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yewles11031d ago

Was this a news article, or some over-zealous PC gamer going "NA NA NA NA NAA NAAA!!!"?

Eonjay1031d ago (Edited 1031d ago )

My PS3 used to be hacked for ISO... but I liked the games so much I just decided to update my system and pay for every game I ever downloaded. I want to support my favorite developers. To that end I always buy new. I want to make sure the developers get the most they can from my purchase. I respect used games and as personal property, I can do whatever I want with it... but I still like to support my developers.

shoddy1031d ago

Dude hacking ps3 will loose free online privilege.
Just like jailbreaking, it's a hassle to keep up with firmware update.
the future games will require newer version firmware.

I use to hack the ps2 but because of these reason I think it's not worth hacking the ps3 or 4

Benjammin251031d ago (Edited 1031d ago )

Totally agree. I sometimes even feel bad about emulating old games if they're less than ten years old. However, I also feel that if I own a game on another format, (say, Silent Hill 2) I should be able to download another version for my PC without being treated like a criminal.

codename131031d ago (Edited 1031d ago )

I'm already downloading this game from torrent. In my country Bangladesh, We're kinda forced to play pirated copy of any game. Because the original retail game is not available at original price and local stores insanely charge $15 more.

So only way to buy at original price if we buy digital copy. I have bunch of original games in Steam.
Thanks to SONY that all PS4 games will be available also as digital copy. Now I can buy digital copy like Steam. :D

Ezz20131031d ago

the local store in my area already have copies for beyod two souls
i told the dude there to book a copy for me

i'm getting mine in two days when i get my paycheck

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KrisButtar1031d ago

Piracy on consoles and handhelds has been around for a long time now

I remember piracy on the Xbox, PS1, PS2, Gamecube, DS, PSP, and all last gen systems as well (360,PS3,Wii)

Not sure how this is news

jmc88881031d ago

Don't people remember all the 'mod chips' they used to advertise in the back of magazines and stuff?

SaffronCurse1031d ago

GAMESHARK!! That shit fked up my Zelda file.

KrisButtar1030d ago

Yea I had one each for my Saturn and my PS1 and ordered them from mags.

Not to sure why I got all the disagrees though but that's another subject

Sharius1031d ago

it still doesn't change the fact that 95% of PC gamers are pirates

shoddy1031d ago

Well not 95%.
Maybe 40% hacked.
mostly offline games

Pintheshadows1031d ago

There are no facts in your comment.

KonsoruMasuta1031d ago (Edited 1031d ago )

He probably got it from this.

Don't know if there is any truth behind it though. Take it however you want to. Just don't shoot me. I'm just the messenger, I didn't say this.

http://www.geek.com/games/u...

Edit: Lol I'm still getting disagrees. Guys! All I did was post a link. I didn't personally call PC gamers pirates myself. Take your anger out on Ubisoft.

Jovanian 1031d ago

What a useless statistic. You can't just throw out a number like 95% and hope that it means something

95% with respect to what? where are the data distributions that support this? elaborate, since it is you who hold the data, or maybe they are just blowing smoke out their butts looking for reasons to give the pc platform the short end of the stick. And that statistic is way too high imo to be taken seriously without some supporting evidence.

Pintheshadows1031d ago

Hahaha. There is no way in the world that is true otherwise PC gaming would look like a ghost town by now and it doesn't.

jmc88881031d ago (Edited 1031d ago )

Even then there's a difference between someone downloading a game because they can versus someone who downloaded a game because they can and now won't buy the game.

The leap from one to the other is 100 percent according to guys like this.

It's actually probably far closer to 0 percent. Who knows exactly how much, but most people who download games, were never going to buy it anyways.

So even if the number was 99 percent and real, how does that translate into actual sales lost?

Some people use it as a glorified demo. They'll steal the first game and then buy the next 10 because they loved the first one. So where does piracy fit if 1 stolen game turned into ten sales?

Hell even in this thread you have people claiming they felt guilty and bought games they pirated.

Some people pirate a game because they want to know if it can run on their PC. The little secret about PC games is that sometimes games DO run if you are under the specs. So some people in this situation pirate games...sees that it works...and then buys the game. But of course that Ubisoft guy would count that as a lost sale. See the flaw?

So how much are they really losing? Can't squeeze blood from a turnip, but in the gaming world apparently they think they can. If you ask me my guess is that piracy is probably on average a net even.

The few sales lost because someone downloaded it who were planning on buying it are offset by those who feel guilty, and by those who pirated it...found they liked it...then ordered its sequels.

My_precious1031d ago

@jmc8888

well does that mean if i don't want to buy this game, i have a right to pirate this?

man, do yo know how confuse of your words are?

are you trying to use many colorful reason to make pirate game to be legit?

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Jovanian 1031d ago

And 95% of console gamers are children who play COD

see I can make sweeping generalizations too

Sharius1031d ago

lol, have something to back you up?

Jovanian 1031d ago

You based your conclusion that 95 percent of PC gamers were pirates based on one developer who were speaking about staistics involving their own games

You have no place to ask me to back up my claim

bryam19821031d ago

You guys never lived in a third world country i guess cuz no way a person can afford to b buying original games all d time

_QQ_1031d ago

@bryam, if you don't wan't to give the developers what they deserve for their hard work don't play the game.

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ABeastNamedTariq1031d ago

76% of all statistics are made up on the spot.

grimmweisse1031d ago (Edited 1031d ago )

Thank you for trying to make your opinion a fact! Stupidity has no bounds.

SlapHappyJesus1031d ago (Edited 1031d ago )

Excuse me as I return to my almost three-hundred game Steam library.
Besides, we spend nearly $27,000 on our rigs every few months or so. Why would we risk getting a virus? That could keep us from playing all of our MMO's.

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admiralvic1031d ago

Thats cool? More often than not a game gets leaked before it releases.