Dan Hibiki was playing "Skull Girls" and he successfully finished the single player campaign when he got a strange message. "What is the square root of a fish? Now I'm sad." This baffled him so much that he took to Twitter to tweet Skull Girls directly and he got an answer that he didn't expect.
Apparently being lazy was an excuse for him to pirate a game. He swore up and down that he was going to buy a copy ANYWAY. In the end, a very generous SkullGirls fan gave him a copy of the game, so now he owns one legally.
What I commend the most is the way SkullGirls reacted. They kept their cool and they reacted kindly. Kudos to SkullGirls!
But the moral of the story is DONT PIRATE! Don't cheat, steal, copy, edit a game! This takes money out of the company's pocket. Don't say, "Oh well they have plenty of money." What if you're not the ONLY one doing it, then how can they keep the game running? They can't and in turn, you lose access to a fabulous game.
On a positive note, I have received a SkullGirls game as a gift. To support the fabulous SkullGirls, I will try it out and review it, so stay tuned!
To Pirate Or Not To Pirate? Reviewed by The Fabulous K on Tuesday, July 15, 2014 Rating: