|Words Of Wisdom said:
(1) That's a false dilemma. If you go to a theatre and watch a movie without buying a ticket, it doesn't matter whether you would have bought a ticket, you have seen the movie and benefited. Pirates absolutely love defending themselves with "Well I wouldn't have bought it anyway" but in reality it just doesn't matter. You aren't a thief because you enjoyed the pirated game, you're a thief because you played the pirated game regardless of whether you enjoyed it or would/would not have bought it.
(2) I don't believe it for a second. I don't believe that there exists someone who can say "Here is everything I've ever pirated and here are legal copies of every single item" whether we're talking about games, music, software, or whatever. It's not necessarily you (maybe you are that rare mystical person who defies my belief), but I don't have enough faith in people as a whole to swallow that line. Nothing personal.
(1) The discussion you brought up before was about the financial ramifications. Now its about personal gain for the pirate? You cant argue money one time and then come back with morality the next. The two honestly have nothing to do with eachother.
(2) WHEN did I ever say that I pirated a single game ever? When? I said I thought about it, You mean to tell me YOUR that one mystically person who has never thought about doing something and then decided against it? Btw just took my pictures, im not sure how else to prove that all my games are legit, as im not about to take pictures of every damn receipt i have lol. But let me guess, I pirated all my games, bought the cases for them and printed out the covers, intstruction manuals right?