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Originally Posted by shiarua View Post
if developers actually make good games, then people would actually go out and buy them more often.
amen.
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As stated else where.. Waiting for the homebrew............

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Originally Posted by darksuffering View Post
"Although how they will combat consoles not connected to PSN is beyond me"
They can't, but the user (most likely) won't be able to connect to online games.


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Originally Posted by dcshoejake View Post
2 things..

1. I really hope they patch it, this same thing happened to the PSP and then devs stopped putting alot of effort into games or stopped putting any effort in at all..

2. God its nice to have "backed up" games.
Contradictory? Pirating on the PSP is what led to the added lack of interest. And other than load times, there isn't a need to back up a bd seeing as you have to try to make data-defecting scratch.

Although I'm probably going to be let down, I hope no cfw allows for iso booting.
Edited by BlackVenom - 1/6/11 at 1:00pm
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Although I'm probably going to be let down, I hope no cfw allows for iso booting.
The PSN doesn't have something like Xbox Lives GOD does it? Because that's how they hacked the 360 to not need the game disc, they just turned the game into a GOD.
 
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post #24 of 76
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Sorry, but piracy should not be an excuse for devs to stop putting effort into their games. They get paid to do a job, so they should do it.

If developers actually make good games, then people would actually go out and buy them more often.
Who pays the developers? The companies who hire them.
How do those companies make money? By selling video games.
If everyone pirates, how do they sell video games to pay the developers? They don't.

I guess they should make money "better" so people don't have to rob banks.

Oh wait, it has nothing to do with the quality, it's the fact that given the opportunity people will commit crimes to make things better or easier for themselves without thinking of how it will affect others. It's been like that for thousands of years and probably will remain that way as well.

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Although I'm probably going to be let down, I hope no cfw allows for iso booting.
Not including it in the CFW only creates a nuisance for those wanting to pirate.

I imagine shortly after CFW start coming out you'll be able to download something else to patch it to allow piracy.
    
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Its going to be very interesting to see if they actually manage to fix this security problem
Why do that when they can brick more 3rd party controllers?

I personally would never care to backup a bluray disc. To large in size to easily store and cost to much to burn. Sony shouldn't be worried about these hacks. Blocking them is only going to force them to find even larger holes.

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buy pirated games
You really don't get how this works do you?
    
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2 things..

1. I really hope they patch it, this same thing happened to the PSP and then devs stopped putting alot of effort into games or stopped putting any effort in at all..
1) That was more or less simply due to the lack of sales for the PSP period...Not just the games.
    
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Blocking them is only going to force them to find even larger holes.
There is no larger hole. This is the holy grail of console openness. The only rival to this would be if there was no security what-so-ever.
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Why do that when they can brick more 3rd party controllers?

I personally would never care to backup a bluray disc. To large in size to easily store and cost to much to burn. Sony shouldn't be worried about these hacks. Blocking them is only going to force them to find even larger holes.

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There is no larger hole. This is the holy grail of console openness. The only rival to this would be if there was no security what-so-ever.
I wouldn't be so positive Sony could have another level above that. Considering the PSP hacks available I would not be surprized if they did plan for this to happen eventially.

And Backing up games to HD at 20 to 50GB per disk It ain't worth it I would need an insane amount of space to back up my collection. On another not take care of your disks, It really is not hard.
Edited by Relevant Wing - 1/7/11 at 6:21am
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