Saints Row Creators Don't Mind If You Want To Pirate Their Games...

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Volition, the team behind upcoming THQ games Saints Row: The Third and Red Faction: Armageddon, is still in the business of making their games for the PC, without worrying about the platform's rampant piracy problems. "I don't think [piracy] is something at the forefront for us," Volition studio manager Eric Barker tells Eurogamer. "First and foremost, we want to make sure we're making a game people would want to pirate."


Is the PC dying as a video game platform? Or is it the future? "We definitely believe PC games are great and if they're done right and done well by a studio, they're phenomenal," Barker says, touting the studio's next Red Faction game as "beautiful" on PC hardware.

Volition: PC still worth investing in News [Eurogamer]

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See my argument with this stance is, I don't want to pirate the good games. It's just that I'm tired of paying 50 (now 60) bucks for POS games that don't come close to living up to their hype. I'm looking at you Homefront.