>not being part of the pirate master race
What's your excuse?
>pirate master race
idk m8, i dont even pirate AAA games anymore. If they are good i buy them on sale for a reasonable price after the bugs are fixed and the game is completed with dlc's.
indie/earlyaccess are dayone pirate thou.
Remember you can purchase an Alienware Alpha for $500. Comes with a wireless 360 controller and the necessary adapter. Plays Dirt Rally and Star Wars Battlefront on high, and no assembly required.
There really isn't an excuse anymore.
>go away dell shill
Im in love with Smug Lemon
The best part is: I can afford my games, I usually buy 2-3 games and play them for 3-4 months so that's less than 200$ in 3 months. Not a big deal.
Reason I pirate games is simple - piracy is convenient. It doesn't force you to install some shitty social network client like Steam. You install game and play it. It just works.
I lost track of what the most reputable, non-dead trackers are years ago, and ever since, I've actually found I enjoy playing games more. I am more discerning in what I look for before trying a game and end up playing significantly fewer shitty games because of it, and I've gotten around to playing games I had sitting around in my backlog.
I don't have any excuse anymore.
I used to buy my games and feel good about it, but now I literally have to pirate as I'm broke as fuck.
The last game I pirated was Fallout 4, but lost interest in it a few hours in. Not because it was a bad game, but because I am an unmotivated shit. I feel as if I had actually bought the game, I'd have given it the thorough playthrough it deserves as I'd be looking to get my money's worth.
>no constant update support from dev
Pirates can download patches too, anon.
>can't take/post screenshots on steam
You can add non steam games to your Steam library to make use of the overlay and take screenshots, broadcast, etc.
>actually caring about achievements
>caring about playtime
>downloading from open trackers
You strike me as an xbox fag that treats his "gamerscore" as his most prized possession