A survey over 3000 people is actually pretty representative of at least a very large segment of the population. http://blog.surveymonkey.co...
Secondly, it doesn't matter who put up the illegal version of the game. Software is sold by license, not by copy, and therefore anybody who downloads and uses the product without a license is effectively stea... #20.1
Lol the only reason it's coming to Microsoft's press conference is because Microsoft wants to give us the same press conference they've given us for the past 4 years. http://www.gametrailers.com...
The problem with this tech is logistics. They state in the video you need to put a projector on your coffee table. What does that mean?
1. You're going to have to buy a projector for this to work
2. You're going to have a projector on your table
3. You'll have cables running over your table and floor
Whilst I'm aware you could hang it on your sealing, or place it somewhere behind you, it would still imply a significant pain with... #8
They're going to announce "Final Fantasy 13-4: Lighting Returns. Again." #17
So I suppose I should also boycott Tomb Raider because they're running a campaign with Rustlers at the moment. #4
But the question is - was the problem actually solved? Do the hackers not have access to the service anymore, and was the loophole sealed? An hour seems like a terribly short time to do so. #1.9.7
and Battlefield, Medal of Honor, Need for Speed, Mass Effect, Dragon Age, Command & Conquer, Crysis.
The company has countless franchises that perform exceptionally well in the market - like you said, EA isn't going anywhere, but it's not only because of their Sports branch. #3.2
Oh a vocal minority spent hours making sure EA would win the polls. Must mean the company is doomed!
Short answer to the question posed: No.
Long answer: Nooooooooooooooooooo. #7