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Possibility game prices going up in the future? using denuvo cost money and the cost must be passed down somewhere
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Originally Posted by Asmodian View Post

Some titles probably lose money due to piracy while others probably make more money due to piracy. The key for developers would be to distinguish the two and only DRM those titles where it makes them more money. wink.gif

Exactly. Free-to-play or conventional model.......at least with a known factor of uncrackable DRM they should be able to figure out what works and what doesn't...........who knows? maybe in the future the games will actually get better.......buyers voting with their dollars and developers not being able to blame piracy......
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All Denuvo does is block pirates. It does not increase sales.
That's actually fine. DRM does not need any benefit to exist. It is the delevoper's way to protect their IP.

And actually you don't have any way to know that anyways.
Edited by GoLDii3 - 1/24/16 at 4:38pm
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That's actually fine. DRM does not need any benefit to exist. It is the delevoper's way to protect their IP.

And actually you don't have any way to know that anyways.

Most pirates are not in NA or West Europe. They are in other parts of the world. Yes is fine to protect their IPs. I am just saying it will not increase sales. Pirates will remain pirates.
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Most pirates are not in NA or West Europe. They are in other parts of the world. Yes is fine to protect their IPs. I am just saying it will not increase sales. Pirates will remain pirates.

Exactly.

What do you think a pirate's gonna do when he can no longer crack the game? Actually start shelling out for the game? lachen.gif
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Exactly.

What do you think a pirate's gonna do when he can no longer crack the game? Actually start shelling out for the game? lachen.gif

I pirates have to play money for PC games and they need need to play games they might as well buy consoles at that point and not worry about performance problems. I have a friend that pirates games and is big PC gamer. He could not play some games because there was no Crack so he moved to some other games. Most of these people will just quit gaming altogether.
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..Most of these people will just quit gaming altogether.

This is true..

In third world countries, $50-$60 for AAA titles is big amount of money for people who only earn $300 monthly.

Fortunately there are a quite a bunch of freemium games nowadays, like CS:GO, Dota, WoW, WoT, etc.
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If you're one of the W10 apologists, you have no reason to be bothered by this at all. tongue.gif
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The intel article does not mention anywhere that "Most pirates will never buy the game"

As for your study,what's the point of sharing it in an english talking forum? Can't even read it. Not to mention that it's a study done for Switzerland,not the whole world.

I'd check the meaning of piracy before claiming it has no monetary impact. lachen.gif

From your Intel article

"In all cases the volume of games being pirated in the top 5 list for 2011 typically varies from between ~2-4mu apiece. So the grand total for PC Games pirated in the top 5 equals 17.66mu"

17 million units just in 2011. Not bad. Wich until proven with real numbers,are lost sales thanks to piracy. And that's just the top5.
The Intel article points out that piracy is not a significant monetary loss. As far as your attack on the Swiss study, the summary is in English. It also was not just done in Switzerland. It covers the Netherlands as well. If you want to claim those two countries deviate significantly from the norm, i would call that an exrtaordinary claim requiring extraordinary proof on your part.

Your quote is taken so far out of context it is incredulous. The 2-4 mu a piece is the industry claim the paper proceeds to tear apaprt, in one case showing that at that rate one game would have to have sold something like 2 billion copies.

Yes, it is a long, dry dissertation. That's no excuse to misrepresent it.
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LOL the Far Cry games already have enough stuttering on their own, now their adding Denuvo to make it even worse? Thanks for saving me $60, I'll put that towards something that deserves my money.
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