New piracy technique on PS4 in Brazil confirmed to be real, Sony might take legal action

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  1. stoles says:

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  2. shapeshifter says:

    These idiotic companies need to realize that they created piracy by pricing stuff so *** high
    heck for the price of a base PS4,I can get a much better PC + 5-6 games for the same price in my country(~$900)

  3. afaq says:

    why shouldnt we jailbreak ps4 a ps4 game costs 5000 Rs and almost anyone in pakistan cant afford it 5000 is alot of money its not fair ps4 should be jailbreaked

  4. zeon says:

    So if piracy runs rampant on a console, do you think publishers will continue making games for it? Nope, take a look at the psp. It got abandoned for several years before the vita came out. Hacking consoles aren’t good for perspective owners of the console nor the publishers. Why do you even think hacking consoles and piracy is so bad to begin with. Its not like you need 60-80 dollar games to begin with, so dont argue that point. If you can’t afford the basics in life, then why are looking at something so expensive as a game console. Worry about food and shelter before playing video games. People who pirate always try to argue to the pricing ***. Well, look at steam sales and quit arguing about this 60 dollar ***. Wait for sales and you don’t need play the latest games out. Plenty out there to keep you occupied. Shady *** like this wont help sony, publishers, nor the developers to continue making stuff for the ps4. So remember who foots the bills to make these games. Its businesses like gamestop and shady *** like this that take out the money for the developers who continue to make triple a titles or even great indie games. Games are expensive to make, some are more than others. Somewhere in the millions and it’s risky business to make.

  5. Abdel says:

    My ps4 is banned contacted sony and that said is because of a charge back made in Thailand so they told me to pay 70 dollars to get it unbanned what you guys think?

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