Demigod – 18,000 sales, over 100,000 pirates

By Patrick Garratt, Friday, 17 April 2009 06:53 GMT

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This is genuinely depressing. Stardock’s updated its site to claim that over 120,000 users have tried to play Demigod online since the game launched last weekend, and that only 18,000 have actually paid for it.

Seriously, sort it out. It’s not even that expensive. How do you expect people to keep making these games if you can’t be bothered to shell out fourty fucking dollars to support developers? This is how people go bust, you idiots.

Read the full thing through the link. JUST BUY IT. Thanks, Kotaku.

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