Comment on Sony Threatens Mass Bans for PS3 Pirates by Anonymous:

Which the courts should have cracked down upon on and told them “No, you cannot remove this functionality, you have to keep on supporting it forever since you promised it from the beginning!”


Anonymous made other comments on this post:

  • Sony Threatens Mass Bans for PS3 Pirates:
    Actually, you’re most likely the “dumb shit” as Japan and the US both use the NTSC format. PAL is for Europe and the chances of the previous Anon being in the US is greater. However, in the PS2 Era they had region locking that a backwards compatible PS3 still respects despite the PS3 software being mostly region free. The discs are not encoded differently it’s just their region key doesn’t match the one the PS2 emulation software is asking for. Do some research before you call someone an idiot …

  • Sony Threatens Mass Bans for PS3 Pirates:
    Get a fucking account. It isn’t hard.

  • Sony Threatens Mass Bans for PS3 Pirates:
    Actually, no, they didn’t get away with it. The few cases in question that were pushed they settled.

  • Sony Threatens Mass Bans for PS3 Pirates:
    Not going to work, Cu. As soon as people ‘downvote’ your website in Google, people will be able to find the actual ‘real’ LV0 codes easily.

  • Sony Threatens Mass Bans for PS3 Pirates:
    No, my argument is not invalid, to be blunt. I was talking about OTHER people besides him, you obsequious nitwit.

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