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Medal of Honor Limited Edition, PC Download @ EA Store £26.24
Medal of Honor Limited Edition, PC Download @ EA Store £26.24

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21 Comments

do people still pay for pc games?

do people still pay for pc games?

yeah because they arent scum who use pirated games and those people should jump off a cliff.

MIDURIX

do people still pay for pc games?



they do if you want to play online

not sure if it still works but I also used a coke zone £10 off code back when it was £20

MIDURIX

do people still pay for pc games?



of course pc gamers are all pirates hurr durr

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MIDURIX

do people still pay for pc games?



I personally prefer most games on the PC due to the better graphics and lightning fast loading times compared to console.
Yes i pay for all PC games! Didnt your mum ever tell you it was wrong to steal things??

I run a pc gaming clan and you must pay for the game or you can't play multiplayer games. So be polite and don't call us pirates.

MIDURIX

do people still pay for pc games?


More than people do on consoles

dcpk

More than people do on consoles


US PC Game Software Sales
1998 - $1.8 billion
1999 - $1.9 billion
2000 - $1.78 billion (84.9 million units)
2001 - $1.75 billion (83.6 million units)
2002 - $1.4 billion (61.5 million units)
2003 - $1.2 billion (52.8 million units)
2004 - $1.1 billion (47 million units)
2005 - $953 million (38 million units)
2006 - $970 million

US Console & Handheld Game Software Sales
1998 - $3.7 billion
1999 - $4.2 billion
2000 - $4.1 billion (130.6 million units)
2001 - $4.6 billion (141.5 million units)
2002 - $5.5 billion (162.8 million units)
2003 - $5.8 billion (186.4 million units)
2004 - $6.2 billion (203 million units)
2005 - $6.1 billion (190.5 million units)
2006 - $6.5 billion

Not quite right are you?

Blackhorse

I personally prefer most games on the PC due to the better graphics and … I personally prefer most games on the PC due to the better graphics and lightning fast loading times compared to console.Yes i pay for all PC games! Didnt your mum ever tell you it was wrong to steal things??


I said pay, not play

leedale30

they do if you want to play online


you can play many pc games online without paying for them and I don't mean games which are free anyway, I'm talking about games you should pay for. Not that I do, don't have a computer i could on!

Treab

do people still pay for pc games?yeah because they arent scum who use … do people still pay for pc games?yeah because they arent scum who use pirated games and those people should jump off a cliff.

what like all the people who have jailbroken iphones, have hacked their ps3, xbox etc etc ..........?

those who hack their phones are morons who chances are will get a nice virus from hackers and wonder where there money went like you.

those who hack games consoles to play pirated games should jump off a cliff for helping to sponser criminal behaviour as they are worthless human beings who should stop infecting the rest of the population with their crap.

dcpk

More than people do on consoles



??? surely thats just not true

btw good to see the amount of bites that original comment got lol

joeprosho

??? surely thats just not true


US PC Game Software Sales
1998 - $1.8 billion
1999 - $1.9 billion
2000 - $1.78 billion (84.9 million units)
2001 - $1.75 billion (83.6 million units)
2002 - $1.4 billion (61.5 million units)
2003 - $1.2 billion (52.8 million units)
2004 - $1.1 billion (47 million units)
2005 - $953 million (38 million units)
2006 - $970 million

US Console & Handheld Game Software Sales
1998 - $3.7 billion
1999 - $4.2 billion
2000 - $4.1 billion (130.6 million units)
2001 - $4.6 billion (141.5 million units)
2002 - $5.5 billion (162.8 million units)
2003 - $5.8 billion (186.4 million units)
2004 - $6.2 billion (203 million units)
2005 - $6.1 billion (190.5 million units)
2006 - $6.5 billion

It's not!

joeprosho

btw good to see the amount of bites that original comment got lol

hehe

Treab

those who hack their phones are morons who chances are will get a nice … those who hack their phones are morons who chances are will get a nice virus from hackers and wonder where there money went like you.those who hack games consoles to play pirated games should jump off a cliff for helping to sponser criminal behaviour as they are worthless human beings who should stop infecting the rest of the population with their crap.

Like me? I don't have a pc to play pirated games on, my blackberry is not hacked and i use lovefilm for my movie needs and the xbox is used on live a few times a week so not hacked. Although i do download americancanadian tv series i can't possibly get here.

MIDURIX

US PC Game Software Sales1998 - $1.8 billion1999 - $1.9 billion2000 - … US PC Game Software Sales1998 - $1.8 billion1999 - $1.9 billion2000 - $1.78 billion (84.9 million units)2001 - $1.75 billion (83.6 million units)2002 - $1.4 billion (61.5 million units)2003 - $1.2 billion (52.8 million units)2004 - $1.1 billion (47 million units)2005 - $953 million (38 million units)2006 - $970 millionUS Console & Handheld Game Software Sales1998 - $3.7 billion1999 - $4.2 billion2000 - $4.1 billion (130.6 million units)2001 - $4.6 billion (141.5 million units)2002 - $5.5 billion (162.8 million units)2003 - $5.8 billion (186.4 million units)2004 - $6.2 billion (203 million units)2005 - $6.1 billion (190.5 million units)2006 - $6.5 billionIt's not!



u got the 2007 - 2010 ones?

MIDURIX

US PC Game Software Sales1998 - $1.8 billion1999 - $1.9 billion2000 - … US PC Game Software Sales1998 - $1.8 billion1999 - $1.9 billion2000 - $1.78 billion (84.9 million units)2001 - $1.75 billion (83.6 million units)2002 - $1.4 billion (61.5 million units)2003 - $1.2 billion (52.8 million units)2004 - $1.1 billion (47 million units)2005 - $953 million (38 million units)2006 - $970 millionUS Console & Handheld Game Software Sales1998 - $3.7 billion1999 - $4.2 billion2000 - $4.1 billion (130.6 million units)2001 - $4.6 billion (141.5 million units)2002 - $5.5 billion (162.8 million units)2003 - $5.8 billion (186.4 million units)2004 - $6.2 billion (203 million units)2005 - $6.1 billion (190.5 million units)2006 - $6.5 billionNot quite right are you?



Your observation is based on what? Some website you decided to pull this from with data that’s almost 5 years out of date. The total amount of console games sales vs pc sales is outnumbered by a least 5 to 1 ( Wii, 360, ps3, psp, DS,) not to mention the shift from pc gamers to console sales also we now have Android and Iphone. Can you honestly tell me you don’t know anyone who doesn’t copy, download, or use any form of so called backup software other than pc games? Do you ever see a pc for sale on HUKD saying rooted, jailbroken, unlocked, not banned from live, custom firmware, able to play backups blah, blah, blah. Not to mention CD, DVD, Films, TV programs. My opinion is based on my own observation not some website I might have just googled after all we can all do that.

leedale30

u got the 2007 - 2010 ones?

what? so you think i purposefully left those years out because pc sales have suddenly increased? No, thats the only years on the site I got. For 2009 Console sales including the console itself and accessories and games was $19.66 billion in the US, I know thats a little unfair because that includes the console and stuff, but anyway pc sales of just games were $538 million, so even if console game sales were half of the nearly 20 billion, pc game sales are not even close.

dcpk

Your observation is based on what? Some website you decided to pull this … Your observation is based on what? Some website you decided to pull this from with data that’s almost 5 years out of date. The total amount of console games sales vs pc sales is outnumbered by a least 5 to 1 ( Wii, 360, ps3, psp, DS,) not to mention the shift from pc gamers to console sales also we now have Android and Iphone. Can you honestly tell me you don’t know anyone who doesn’t copy, download, or use any form of so called backup software other than pc games? Do you ever see a pc for sale on HUKD saying rooted, jailbroken, unlocked, not banned from live, custom firmware, able to play backups blah, blah, blah. Not to mention CD, DVD, Films, TV programs. My opinion is based on my own observation not some website I might have just googled after all we can all do that.

yeah but you dont have to do anything to a pc to be able to play illegal games, whereas with consoles you usualy do, so im sure that by itself would mean more people not paying for pc games as a %.
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