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post Jan 18 2011, 10:33 PM
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doesn't surprise me at all that black ops was the top pirated game... it was, afterall, the top selling game in 2010... with great sales comes great piracy... imagine what their overall numbers would of been if there wasn't a piracy problem...

i agree with all of you on piracy... while i love the golden age of piracy (colonial days), i don't like the piracy that runs rampant in media... it all started with that fucking napster... the music industry went through a dramatic shift when that happened... the movie industry is starting to feel a similar fate with the price of DVD's and blu-rays these days... and video games are approaching that same fate as well...

it's truly sad that people can't support things they love by purchasing them... they have to steal it... now granted, i stole some music back in the day but, i hardly ever do it anymore... i have a few dozen movies on my hard drive but, i only downloaded maybe 5 of them... someone at work downloads them all the time and i'll get a copy if it's a movie i'd like to see... and i don't even want to mess up my PS3 with trying these hacks... i spent too much money on the system and games to fuck all that up once sony figures out the hack and bricks those systems...

the only thing i pirate is porn because quite frankly, sex videos aren't worth money at all, especially considering that once you've seen it a couple times, you never watch it again... it's a waste of money for pleasure you could probably get for free if you applied yourself better...


QUOTE (Massacre @ Mar 15 2011, 01:24 AM) *
Oh, good one. The "you're on the internet so you must have no life" insult isn't moronic or unoriginal at all. You must, without a doubt, be a very important member of society, not at all a waste of the already barely valuable gift of life.

As is the case for everyone who takes issue with people who make them sad on the internet, you are one of two kinds of people:

You are exactly what you claim I am, and that is a lonely, pathetic basement dweller. You life is spent eating eight pounds of junk food per day, masturbating to anything you find online that's even remotely feminine, and wishing you had good looks and social skills. You continue to live with your mother until she dies of a combination of lung cancer and liver failure brought on by the chain-smoking and heavy drinking she used to cope with what a failure you are. Your mother mercifully dead and free of the living embodiment of failure she regretfully thrust from her loins, the bills start to pile up and you, unemployed and unable to pay these bills (of course), lose the house and everything in it. Somehow even more of a failure than you already were, you wander from place to place eating out of dumpsters and sleeping in your own filth until you finally die of AIDS, which you contracted from a diseased whore you scrounged up enough money to pay for, so you could finally lose your virginity while at the same time pretending that your mother was back in your life.


You are the type who was an athlete in high school, who was genetically doomed to be an idiot but managed to finish school and even get a college scholarship because you were so good at a worthless children's game. You went off to college with a suitcase full of polo shirts and condoms, the polo shirts, because you're a douche, and the condoms to prevent you from impregnating the dim-witted young college girls whom you could never touch without the aid of Rohypnol, a drug you refer to as "roofies" because you can neither spell or pronounce Rohypnol. You scrape by with borderline D's for the next four years, and leave the campus to go out into the real world where your realize you're not intelligent or talented enough to do anything of value with your life. Misery and minimum wage ensues for thirty years, then you blow your brains out, and your corpse, alone and forgotten, is not discovered until the smell of rotting flesh seeps under your door and your bodily fluids finally soak through the floor of your studio apartment and into the room below you. Your body is cremated, the ashes scraped into a garbage bin because there was no one in your life who valued you enough to pay for a casket, funeral, or burial plot.

You're undoubtedly one of the two, otherwise you would have better things to do than complain about the theme of a forum that doesn't care about anything you have to say.
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post Jan 19 2011, 12:36 AM
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QUOTE (demon @ Jan 18 2011, 11:40 PM) *
I wonder how they can detect if the xbox is modded or not. Shouldn't it be possible to mod it in a more clever and stealthy way?

How does this work out with PS3 and their network? Is it safer to do it with a PS3?

my understanding is that the software/firmware on the xbox can tell whether or not stock parts are installed, though i have no idea HOW it can tell.
theres probably a circuit on official xbox parts that communicates with the motherboard/whatever else to confirm that it is stock standard and unmodified.

the only working clever and stealthy way is to use 2 disk drives. it may not be subtle or pretty but at least it works.

ive got no idea how it works with ps3's but im pretty sure it involves flashing the firmware to a hacked version. im not sure if hacked firmware can be used for online games.
im not sure about a lot of it, having never done it. googling a step by step tutorial would probly be the best way to find exactly how to flash firmware, install mod chips and play burnt games. not that i endorse any of this smile.gif

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