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Submitted by AfricanWoolf 1075d ago | opinion piece

Gaming Like A Sir: Piracy And Porn

Jake Woolf (eGamer Author):

I know you’re here for the porn. But now that I have you I’m going to present one idea about piracy first. Misleading you with promises of sexy fap-time and then forcing you to listen to my nonsense. In the real world it’s lying. On the internet, it’s good advertising.

Recently there have been a few cases of games releasing only to have launch day DRM problems. I’m not going to name names, that’s childish. Very childish. Not as childish as Diablo III though, he’s the mostest childishest. Since presumably 300% of my readers will be playing Diablo while half-reading this, ignore the next paragraph if you are familiar with Diablo’s first time jitters. No wait, actually don’t skip it. To make it fun, I’m going to hide one misspelled word in the next paragraph. See if you can find it. (Diablo III, PC, PS3, Risen 2: Dark Waters, Xbox 360)

flappersack  +   1075d ago
Like a sir?

CRINGE.
AfricanWoolf  +   1075d ago
Why the cringe?
NitrateZA  +   1075d ago
He obviously games like a lady :D?

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