Dragon Age III: Inquisition Discussion
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Warez users will continue to do what they do, because it is free and they are greedy, not because of the other excuses they used to excuse their theft.
[Edited by DABhand, 11/20/2014 3:35:34 AM]
I bought that ridiculous joke of an RPG called DA:I and was completely unhappy.
I went to EA's site and logged into the "Great Game Refund" section.
20 minutes later I had my money back even though I had played about 3 hours of the game, (3 hours was all I could stand).
So, in short ... EA has come a long way in customer satisfaction.
All SMART data is in line with normal use, no spikes in seek errors, block damage, or massive increase in total writes.
Hiarliously, SSDLife has actually extended the life expectancy of my drive by nearly 10 days
EA is going the way of Ubisoft (who's stocks just plummeted thanks to the abysmal launch of Assassin's Creed Unity
This type of anti-piracy overreaction is only going to drive the hackers to target them even more and drive the fans to either move away to another game or just pirate it.
That being said, SSD's, with normal or average use, are nearly on par with the life of standard mechanical drives. Since the price is dropping pretty drastically, I can't see keeping the solid states in my computer long enough to wait for them to die. I'm running the OS and all my games from the SSD's (RAID 0) and have run into no problems.
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