Pro-Gaming Life: "Last month, Rovio’s Chief Executive raised thought balloons over the heads of electronic consumers and developers, saying: “Piracy may not be a bad thing: it can get us more business at the end of the day.”"
Well he would say that, because he knows he'll get profit no matter what with his games now. I mean do you KNOW how much Angry Birds sell?
Maybe he should make a big budget game and when it gets pirated a lot should say it again
Maybe he isn't rich enough to the point that he wants more yet? Or maybe he feels his too rich that piracy won't affect his sales? Either way, there are people who have benefited in reality with their apathy towards piracy. Paolo Coelho for one.
Says the guy rolling in more cash than his game probably deserved to make.
Well they cloned a game (Crush the Castle) and added nothing new whilst denying that they did get the idea from Armor Games.
He wouldn't be saying this if everyone bought the game illegally.
Well considering you can get his game (angry birds) either dirt cheap and free in most cases, he would say that. The question is, would he still say that if he actually made a big budget, or even medium budget game?
I doubt he needs to make a mid-high budget game anyway knowing he can get the same result by making low-budget games. That's just plain logic right?
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