David Jaffe: Game Sharing “is utter horse shit”

April 18, 2010

David Jaffe (God of War, Twisted Metal) is not known to keep his opinions to himself very often. Don’t get me wrong, I respect the man and think he should express what he thinks just like everyone else does, regardless of any criticism he gets. Yesterday, on Twitter, he gave his opinion regarding “game sharing”.

“@zKAPOWz No, but I think game sharing on PSN is utter horse shit. Why is it ok to buy a game and give it to 2-5 peeps 4 free? Insane!”

For those who don’t know, it’s when one PSN account downloads a game and then give the details to others to download onto their PS3. There’s a limit of only 3 systems though (Thanks – SJ) though. He has a fair point really, especially since he developed Calling All Cars on PSN. I don’t actually know if this is a big issue; it’s not something that’s heard of a lot but he still makes a fair point.



  1. @Jaffe
    Because when your poorly designed piece of horse shit PS3 breaks (with YLOD and the 360s RROD etc I think it’s fair to say that today’s consoles aren’t built well), people should be able to download to their new consoles, and 3 is the limit actually, get your facts straight

    Oh and btw, I’m pretty sure you can download it as many times as you want, but the limit is 3 different consoles

  2. Has it actually been changed to 3? It used to be a total of 5 consoles. Did I miss something?

  3. I’m not certain if it is, but the T&Cs were changed to say 3 im sure of that

  4. Well, you gotta love Jaffe, he tells it how it is, no matter if people like it or not.

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